The company was founded by Messers Carter and Field and produced motorcycles from 1919 to 1927.
1919 The first machines were built using the 269cc Villiers
two-stroke engine with simple cycle parts, and with transmission by either
direct belt or a chain-driven Albion
two-speed gearbox with belt final-drive. Druid
forks were used and the fittings were typical of the era.