Clyde were motorcycles produced from 1900 to 1926, by George H. Wait of Queen Street, Leicester, who also built cars.
1911-1915 Only JAP engines were used with a variety of transmissions.
1919 Production started again, post-war, with a single and a V-twin - both with four speeds and chain drive.
1924 Both models reduced to three speeds for the next couple of years.
1926 Was the last year of motorcycle production, but cars continued until 1930.
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