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Aurora of Coventry were motorcycles produced from 1902 to 1907.
1902 Company formed by Charles Bourquin. They made their own 2.5 hp engine which they fitted vertically in a loop frame.
1904 The first model was joined by one with a forecar, fitted with a 3.5hp engine - both of which were still made by the company.
1907 After that year, no further models were listed.