Big British Bikes of the 50s and 60s: Thunder on the Rocker Road

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In the 1950s and '60s the British motorcycle industry was at its postwar peak, with its large-capacity high-performance bikes in strong demand all over the world. AJS/Matchless, BSA, Norton, Royal Enfield and Triumph were all making 100mph-plus big twins, with the king of them all, at least into the 1950s, being the mighty1000cc Vincents, while among the ton-up singles were the BSA Gold Star and the Velocette Venom and Thruxton.In this book veteran motorcycle writer Steve Wilson reviews the top-of-the-line bikes of all ...

Big British Bikes of the 50s and 60s: Thunder on the Rocker Road 2015, Herridge & Sons Ltd, Beaworthy

ISBN-13: 9781906133603

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