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Ashford produced motorcycles from 1904 to 1905.
The firm was based in Ashford, Middlesex.
Probably Greyhound Motors
They produced tricars and a forecar called the Greyhound that was powered by either a Fafnir or Minerva 3hp engine. The rider had a bucket seat and the passenger sat over the front axle in a wicker seat - this construction was typical of the era. It was only suitable for use on level ground as it had no gears or pedals and was unsuitable for hills. This make was very short-lived.
1906 Rider is H. Fear