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Campion Cycle Company

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Campion Cycle Company

The Campion Cycle Company was a British bicycle, cyclecar and motor cycle maker, active from 1893 to 1926 and based in Nottingham, England. In 1927 it was purchased by currys.

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Motor cycles

Campion motorcycles used a variety of proprietary engines including Minerva, MMC, Fafnir, Precision, Villiers, Blackburne and JAP.

They also supplied frames to other companies.

Campion Cyclecar

The Cyclecar was made only in 1913 and was powered by a JAP V twin with a rating of 8 hp. It used a friction transmission system and drove the rear wheels by a belt.

References

Campion Cycle Company Wikipedia


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