Camber were motorcycles produced in 1908 and from 1920 to 1921.
1908 A V-twin model was offered. Because it was built to order, it could be as expensive as the buyer's specifications required, as it allowed for almost any choice of engine, transmission and cycle parts. In most cases it proved to be very costly and buyers soon found that a stock model was better value.
1911 Directory lists them at 73 Church Street, Camberwell, London SE and as motor cycle manufacturers
1920 After a gap of more than a decade, the firm returned to the market. They offered a model fitted with a 499cc Precision engine for a couple of years. They probably used old or available stock; including transmission, frame, forks and other parts.
1922 There were no further listings after that year.