Harry Quinn Cycles was essentially a Liverpool business, although the concern had various locations. For instance, in the mid-1980s, they were on the Ivy Tower Farm, at St Florence, near Tenby Pembrokeshire, Wales.
Harry Quinn Cycles began as Coronet Cycles in 1890s. Harry himself was the son of the founder, also Harry, and was then joined by his own son, Peter. The ‘Harry Quinn’ marque was begun in the 1950s. The racing bikes were noted for their short wheelbase and steep angles, relative to other contemporaneous makes. Harry also served as the bike designer for others, including Viking cycles & Falcon.
Harry passed away on 1st October 2010, aged 93.