Hamilton were motorcycles produced in Coventry from 1901 to 1907.
- This company made its own engines and cycle parts as well as selling units to other manufacturers.
- They listed singles of 2¼ hp, 3¼ hp and 4hp and a 4½ hp V-twin on which either cylinder could be cut out at will.
- These machines were typical primitives of the
Edwardian period, and were produced for only a few years.
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