A product of British Anzani and developed from the "Easimow", of 1955 this was one of the first post-war ride-on machines and because of its shape is sometimes known as the "Swan Neck" model. Originally with a Villiers engine and a single driving wheel, later versions had Briggs & Stratton engines and twin driving wheels. The "Lawnrider" was in production from 1958 until the mid-1960s. One single-wheel B/S engined example bears the serial no. L-24 393. In 1963 the "Lawnrider" was being offered in 18 and 24 inch sizes at a price of £90 and £115 respectively.