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Bradbury Brothers of High Street, Croydon.
Corydon were motorcycles produced by them from 1904 to 1908. The machines had been developed at a time when motorcycle sales slumped and so the company did not survive for long. The motorcycles were of good quality and were fitted with single and V-twin engines of various sizes. The frame and fittings were typical of the era.
1901-02 Produced 4hp automobile
1905 Mentioned. 'The premises lately occupied by Bradbury Brothers, High Street...'
1906 Used Tricar offered for sale. 'Grand little CORYDON TRICAR for SALE, two cylinders, water cooled by tank and radiator. Opperman free engine, clutch and two-speed gear, hand lever and foot brakes to all wheels, carriage built, bucket seats. N.P. Acetylene lamps. Palmer cord tyres; few months iron makers. Going in for a car'