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Pearson and Sopwith
Pearson and Sopwith were motorcycles produced fom 1920 to 1922,
with the involvement of aircraft pioneer Tom Sopwith.
1920 These conventional machines were reputely produced by the Monarch
firm. The engines used were 318cc Dalm,
269cc Villiers two-stroke,
or 293cc sv JAP.
1921 A 499cc sv Blackburne
model joined the range and transmission became all-chain with two or three-speed