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Edmonton produced motorcycles from 1903 to 1910.
The firm was probably a cycle dealer and production would have been limited.
The company assembled motorcycles by fitting Minerva or Fafnir engines into heavy-duty bicycle frames. The belt-driven transmission had the option of either engine-shaft clutch and gears, or hub gears.