Featured Pages Matchless Flat Twin 1916 An Outstanding Design by Harry Collier
Matchless 732cc HO TwinClement Ader The Stuff of Legend
Pioneer in Telephony, Aviation and Motorcycling
Moteurs AderGuzzi's Grandpa A shaft-drive transverse V-twin from 1904, another deft touch from Clement Ader.
Crest Motor Company of Blackdown Mills, Leamington Spa.
Crest was a motorcycle produced from 1922 to 1923
Another of the many firms that failed to survive for long following the First World War. They used the sleeve-valve 349cc Barr and Stroud or Villiers engine coupled to a two-speed Burman gearbox with chain-cum-belt drive, and Maplestone forks. They were only in production for a few months.