The 1910 Emblem used an enclosed coil spring to control the motions of a leading-link fork.

1910 Emblem Pictures

Though Emblem motorcycles were well-respected in the United States, the economic downturn of the late 1910s severely damaged the company's future.

The single-cylinder engine was equipped with a V-belt drive.

The top-of-the-line Emblems came with a seven- horsepower twin-cylinder engine, though this model is equipped with a single.

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