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Hannon and Smith of Dale Street, Coventry
Clarendon was a motorcycle built by them from 1901 to 1904. At the same time they also built cars.
Company formed by William George Hammon
This reliable motorcycle was built with the company's own or a proprietary engine, rated at 3hp, in a loop frame. With near equal bore and stroke, it had an extra main bearing, outboard of the drive pulley.
In 1904 there was a mechanical inlet valve, but the marque soon disappeared.