Thomas Humber Bicycle Angel Poster
Thomas Humber's bicycle business was established in 1868. It was therefore no surprise that the company's first vehicles to be powered by an internal-combustion engine were tricycles and quadricycles. These led to the Humberette of 1903, with a tubular frame and a single-cylinder 5 hp engine. By 1905 the range of Humbers included two- and four-cylinder cars ranging from the 5 hp to a 10/12 hp four.