T. D. Cross and Sons was founded in 1870 in Birmingham, concentrating in the production of bicycle components under the direction of the Cross family. They developed into production of a popular range of roller chain sprockets and gearing. The competitive pricing and quality of product soon established the company as a major supplier to both Agricultural and Industrial markets.
TDC produced motorcycles between 1914 and 1915.
It would appear that TDC engines were fitted to some models of the Lily motorcycle.
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