Clément-Garrard

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For cycle, motor-cycle, motor-car, aeroplane and airship companies associated with French industrialist Adolphe Clément-Bayard - see Clement (disambiguation).

Clément-Garrard was a popular motorised cycle from 1902 that was manufactured in Birmingham, Great Britain, under licence from Adolphe Clément-Bayard's Clément-Gladiator industrial empire.[1]

James Lansdowne Norton built Clément bicycle frames under licence, and used the Clément clip-on engine for his first Norton motorcycles.[2]

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