New Comet motorcycles were designed and produced from 1905 to 1931, by A. H. Haden of Princip Street, Birmingham.
1911 Precision singles were added to the range.
1912 All the engines were by Precision. Models included a lightweight and a Colonial which were also sold as the Comet-Precision.
1914-1916 A 219cc two-stroke joined the range in 1914. It had direct-belt drive or a chain-driven two-speed gearbox and Druid forks. There was also a 349cc version.
A. H. Haden, Princip Street, Birmingham.
1920 They cut back to two-strokes only.
Other brands named Comet
Haden were motorcycles produced from 1920 to 1923 by A. H. Haden of Princip Street, Birmingham.
This motorcycle was constructed on conventional lines by A. H. Haden who was also responsible for the New Comet machines. The Haden was fitted with a 349cc Precision two-stroke engine with either two-speed chain-cum-belt or single- speed direct-belt transmission. It could also be fitted with any carburettor that the purchaser specified.
These motorcycles were not built in quantity.
J. W. Woodhouse and the 3½ h.p. Comet-Precision on which he has recently shone conspicuously in open hill-climbing competitions.
Comet-Precision was a motorcycle produced in 1912.
It was the name under which two New Comet models were sold. One was a lightweight and the other was a Colonial version of a standard machine. The marque was only used for one season.
Nick Smith writes:
Compare this image of a Grandex-Precision 1911 with that of the 1911 Comet-Precision.
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