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Classic Competition Motorcycles


Classic Competition Motorcycles

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Classic Competition Motorcycles by Bob Currie

Spanning the years 1907-1972, this fascinating book tells the stories of more than forty machines from every branch of competitive motorcycling, all now in the collection of the National Motorcycle Museum. Some of the machines are specials such as the famous Copperknob and Slippery Sam or those ridden by Bill Lacey and Johnny Brittain, while others are examples of standard works team or production models. Each bike is illustrated with superb colour photographs and accompanied by full technical specifications, making this a book to delight everyone who recalls, with nostalgia, the glorious heyday of the British motorcycle industry.

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Weight 0.31 kg


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