Built in the early years of the British motorcycle boom, the Clyno motorcycle was the brainchild of Ailwyn and Frank Smith who had established The Clyno Engineering Co. in 1909 designing and providing an adjustable belt pulley for motorcycle transmissions. By 1911 the Clyno factory was producing complete motorcycles using high quality components including Chater Lea frame fittings and Stevens engines. Their 925cc V-twin of 1921 was of the highest quality - and very expensive. Rear leaf springing set the machine apart from other bikes being built back in the day and all three wheels on the combination are interchangeable. This example is equipped with a spare wheel and comes with electric lighting. The sidecar is believed to be OEM Clyno manufacture with a detachable windscreen. This very rare V-twin was in the previous owners collection for over thirty years and took well over ten yearsto complete the restoration. This English combo is beautifully painted in gray and black paint scheme with blue lettering and nickel plated hardware.

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