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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.