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Gloria were motorcycles produced circa 1924 to 1925.
For many years a French constructor, Emile Train, built motorcycles as well as selling his own engines, ranging from 100cc to 1,000cc, to other firms. Gloria was one such company that used the Train 175cc two-stroke as an alternative to the usual Villiers. This lightweight machine was short-lived.