Progress Motoren & Apparatebau GmbH
Paul Schauer of Berlin-Charlottenburg built the Progress motorcycle circa 1900 to 1902. These were powered by engines from Fafnir and Zédel. One of his machines was a four-wheeler based on the motorcycle.
During the same period Schauer was responsible for the Cyclon marque.
Progress ceased trading in 1914.
Sources: Credit: Graces Guide, wikipedia.de.
N.B. The Progress name re-appeared in the 1950s as Progress/Strolch, and there was also a Progress in Coventry, 1900.
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