The company was founded in Plumstead, London, by Harry and Charlie Collier, who had started out producing bicycles and went on to establish one of the most important British motorcycle firms.
A special feature in the 1911 productions will be the "Passenger Matchless," which is provided with a 6 H.P. twin-cylinder motor. The rear wheel is fitted with a 3in. tyre - really such as would commonly be employed upon a light car. A two-speed gear and free engine clutch are provided, and the side-car is very neat and easily detachable. We think that, considering the special attention that has been given to the really important point of adequately tyring the driving wheel and the provision of two driving belts passing over double-grooved pulleys, this machine will come in for a very considerable amount of attention from motor-cyclists who are enthusiasts on side-car machines.
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