British Motorcycles

Mabon and Co

Mabon 1904
Don't order your new Motor Cycle until you havo seen the 1904 " MABON," at Stand 68. Ground Floor, STANLEY SHOW. Built with Chater Lea latest fittings. Fitted with Clipper Tyres, Bowden Brakes, &c., and 3¼ h.p. " MABON " Motor (our own manufacture throughout), £35 cash
Clerkenwelll Road, LONDON, E.C.

Mabon were motorcycles produced in Clerkenwell Road, London from 1903 to 1908.
  • 1903 The first machine was produced. It was a primitive fitted with their own 3¼ hp engine. They also sold the Phoenix Trimo as a forecar.

    1905 They kept to their belt-driven solo.

    1906 Sprung forks, magneto ignition and a free engine clutch were added.

    1908 Engines were listed as their own 3½ hp single or a 6hp V-twin Sarolea. May also have used the MMC or Fafnir engines. Nothing more was heard of the make after that year.

Sources: Graces Guide

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