Eddington were motorcycles produced in 1904.
- Following on from tandem tricycles, the company offered two motorised models in 1904.
- Firstly there was a 3hp motorcycle with twin rear-wheels, with the drive to their axle by chain through a Dupont two-speed gear. Behind the driver and between the rear wheels was a seat for the passenger.
- Secondly came a 4hp model with a water-cooled engine mounted behind the rear axle. This also had two-speed gearing. The driver sat at the front end and the passenger sat behind.
- If deemed powerful enough, further seating for one or two extra passengers could be added.
- The make was also known as the Hillsdon.
Hillsdon was a motorcycle produced in 1904. It was also called the Eddington.
This machine was a motor tandem, powered by a 4½ hp water-cooled engine driving the rear axle through a Dupont two-speed gear. It had a long wheel-base and was well-built, with the passenger seat located behind the rider.
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