New Paragon were motorcycles produced between 1921 and 1922, by the Motor Works of Cressing Road, Braintree, Essex. From 1914 to 1921, the marque had previously been Paragon.
- 1921 The firm added New to its name and produced one model, with a 358cc two-stroke engine, two-speed, chain-driven Albion gearbox, with belt final-drive. It had CAV magneto ignition.
- 1922 A single speed option was added. It was their final season.
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