Today in Motorcycle History


Corona were motorcycles produced from 1901 to 1904.

This was a small company that had originally dealt in cycles. They, like many other firms of the era, entered the market by adding an engine to a heavy-duty bicycle. Engines used would have been Belgian Minerva or French Clément, as well as British copies as they became available.

Sources: Graces Guide, Tragatsch p107.

There was also a Corona built in Germany, and a Corona Junior was produced by Meteor Manufacturing Co.

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