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Progress Motorcycles, Germany

Progress Motoren & Apparatebau GmbH, Wilmersdorfer Strasse 39, Berlin-Charlottenburg

Paul Schauer built the Progress motorcycle from around 1900 to 1903 or later. These were powered by engines from Fafnir and Zédel.

Between 1904 and 1906 they produced a transport tricycle (Motor-Transport-Dreirad) based on the motorcycle which had two wheels at the front supporting a luggage box.

During the same period Schauer was responsible for the Cyklon marque.

Progress ceased trading in 1914.

Sources: Graces Guide, de.wikipedia.org, Axel Oskar Mathieu Archive.

N.B. The Progress name appeared on other marques including the Progress/Strolch. See Disambiguation



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