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Clyno Classic Motorcycles

Developing from a Motor Cycle manufacturer, the Clyno Engineering Company (1922) Ltd, founded by Frank Smith, became the surprise success of British car manufacturing in the 1920s becoming the country's third largest car manufacturer. Based in Pelham Street, Wolverhampton, England they made in excess of 40,000 cars between 1922 and 1929. Clyno motorcycle history.

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Clyno Military Sidecar 1914-1918 Clyno Machine Gun 750cc Sidecar
1914 Clyno 1914-1918 Clyno Machine Gun 750cc Sidecar V-twin 5-6hp.
Clyno - 1914 Clyno
  • Engine - 744cc, side-valve V-twin four-stroke
  • Carburettor - Amac
  • Gearbox - all-chain with three-speed countershaft gearbox and clutch
  • Top Speed - 55 mph
  • 1911 Clyno 5/6 HP combination, 644cc 1911 Clyno 5/6 HP combination, 644cc
    1912 Clyno two-speed 5/6 HP combination, 750cc 1912 Clyno two-speed 5/6 HP combination, 750cc
    1912 Clyno three-speed 5/6 HP combination, 750cc 1912 Clyno three-speed 5/6 HP combination, 750cc
    1921 Clyno Sprung 8, 998cc 1921 Clyno Sprung 8, 998cc