Wincycle Trading Co of Great Saffron Hill, London.
1910 The first machine was listed using a 3½ hp Precision engine, B and B carburettor, belt drive and Druid forks.
1910 Stanley Show Report
The Wincycle Trading Co. London.
This exhibit will consist of one 3 H.P. motor-cycle, which will he sold under the name of the "Win" motor-cycle. The specification is as follows—Precision engine, mechanically-operated inlet valves, Brown and Barlow carburetter, 7/8 in. belt transmission, fitted with stand and carrier, spring forks, Dunlop tyres, Brooks saddle, the list price being £45 10s.
1912 "The Wincycle Trading Company, Ltd., of London, will exhibit the new Paragon folding side-car to overcome the storage difficulty." ~ The Clarion, Friday 22 November 1912
1913 They added 2½ hp and 4¼ hp models, still using Precision engines.
1914 The range reduced to 499cc 3¾ hp and 599cc 4¼ hp machines, with Precision engines.
1922 Wincycle presented the Paragon Folding Sidecar at the 1922 Olympia Show held in November. The following appeared in The Motor Cycle July 6th, 1922:
The advertisement above appeared numerous times in July to December 1922. There was another Paragon marque which built motorcycles until 1921/1922.
Source: Graces Guide
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