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Ganarew was a motorcycle produced in 1903 by the Ganarew Cycle Co of Priory Street in Monmouth.
The company offered a motorcycle with a two-speed gear and, possibly, a Clement-Garrard engine. Fitted into strengthened cycle parts, the machine would have been assembled to meet local demand.
Manager: George Webb