Coventry Eagle N 35was owned by the Moxo family, which also made bicycles. The Coventry-Eagle factory built an extensive range of two and four-stroke machines powered by Blackburne, Sturmey-Archer, Villiers and Matchless engines. Coventry-Eagle made Royal Eagle bicycles in the 1890s and built their first JAP-powered motorised bicycle around the turn of the century.
By 1903 they were making motorcycles. In 1921 they were producing 500cc singles and a JAP-powered 680cc V-Twin, and in 1923 introduced the 976cc Flying Eight which competed in both speed and quality with Brough. They continued to expand the range until the effects of the Depression were felt in 1929. More specs and user manual of Coventry Eagle N35 you can see in next overview.