Cabri - Same manufacturer as Bernadet
Csepel - Hungarian make built in 1975
Cabton - Japanese motorcycles 1960
Cyclone - American Harley Davidson replicas
Califfo - Italian motorbikes
Crescent - American bikes made by Western Wheel Works
Capriolo - Italian motorbikes
Calthorpe - British company, they built a variety of motorcycles between 1909 - 1938
CanAm - mainly motocross bikes
Canda - Ancient ( turn of the century) American bikes
Carabella - Mexican motorcycles, mainly small bikes ( scooters, mopeds)
Casal - Portuguese motorcycles,
CCM - Canadian bikes built by The Canadian Cycle and Motor Company
CCM - British motocross and supermoto
Cemec - French bikes in the 50s
Centaur - American motorcycles
Century - British motorbikes
CF - Italian bikes till 1970
Cannondale - modern Armerican bikes, (motoX)
Caproni - Italian motorcycle by Gianni Caproni
Cobra - Children’s motorcycle bikes, America
Champion - Americabn machines built by The Champion Motor Car Co.
Champion - American Speedway
Chell - British machines built by Chell Motor Company Ltd in 1939
Chiorda - Italian company taken over by Bianchi
Cimatti - Small motorcycles built in Italy
Coronet - early 1900s built by Coronet Motor Co. in Britain
Cleveland - American-built bikes.
Clyno - built by The Clyno Engineering Co. in England
Cnopm - Russian motorcycles
Cockerell - German bikes in 1924
Chater Lea - Motorcycles and components producer,England
Crocker - bikes built in the USA with Indian and later JAP engines.
Comet - a board track bike was produced in 1911 under this name in Chicago
Comet - motorcycle built in Italy in the 50s
Commander - British “autocycle”
Condor - a motorcycle built in Switzerland used by the Swiss Army
Confederate - American Harley Davidson replicas
Copeland Steam Motorcycle - Steam powered motorcycle built in the United States in 1885.
Corgi - motorcycle built by Brockhouse in 1945
Cleveland - American Harley Davidson replicas
Cossack - Russian Dnepr motorcycles imported to England under this name.
Coventry-Eagle - English motorbikes up to 1930
Coventry-Victor - engine maker who also built motorcycles in England.
CPI - Taiwanese scooters and small motorcycles
CP-Roleo - French motorcycles
California - American motorcycle built by the California Motor Company
Crawford -American motorcycles
Cagiva - Huge Italian motorcycle company owner of Ducati, Moto Morini, Husqvarna, MV Agusta
Crosley - built motorcycles in England after the Second WW.
Crouch - American motorcycles
Curtiss - bikes built in the USA by Curtiss Manufacturing Co
Cushman - Scooters built in Nebraska by the Cushman Motor Works
CWS - Polish motorcycle manufacturer. Produced bikes for the Army till 1950
Cyc-Auto - British autocycles built in 1958 by Cyc-Auto Limited
Cyclemoto - French Peugeot motorbikes
Cyclemotor - built in Canada and the USA from 1914.
Cyclone - Swedish machine built in 1910
Cyclone - American racing bikes between 1912-1917
Cyril Huze - American Harley Davidson replicas
CZ (Jawa) - Czech motorcycles built by Frantisek Janecek widely spread in Eastern Europe
Cycles Delight - American Harley Davidson replicas