This small firm built primitives and, by 1904, had both 107cc 2¾ hp and 3½ hp engines, mounted upright in a loop frame. They also had a forecar that was fitted with a 3¾ hp water-cooled engine driving a two-speed gear.
There is mention that these engines were fitted to Chater-Lea.
There was also a Trent Cycle Co., Ltd., Long Eaton, (1897) which does not appear related.
Sources: Graces Guide, contemporary advertising.
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