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Corah of King’s Norton, Worcestershire.
They produced motorcycles between 1908 and 1914,
1908 The first model was exhibited at the Stanley Show. It had a 2.5hp engine with a gear-driven Ruthardt magneto, Druid forks and low-built frame. Following that were a 3.5hp single, and 3.5hp and 6hp twins.
1911 The singles were listed with 3.5hp or 4.5hp Corah engines with a rotary valve and shaft drive, two speeds and both front and saddle suspension. The drum-shaped valve was driven by a vertical shaft and bevels.
1912 The marque continued with the larger machine having two speeds and chain drive. The 3.5hp TT model had an ohv JAP engine.
1913 JAP engines were adopted as either a 3.5hp single or 6hp twin with a two-speed gear; or a belt-driven 3hp twin. They had their only entry in the TT, but did not do well due to a very poor first lap.
1914 Production continued for that year then stopped.