Mabon and Co

Mabon 1904
Don't order your new Motor Cycle until you have 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
Clerkenwell 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, Tragatsch p197.

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