Clifton and De Guerin produced a motorcycle in Bath, in 1929.
This machine was fitted with a 500cc overhead-valve JAP engine inclined forward, in the style of the period. Typical in design, it had magneto ignition, hand change, a tubular frame, drum brakes and a saddle tank. It was an obscure make that tried unsuccessfully to enter the market at the onset of the great Depression.
Source: Graces Guide
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