Classic British Motorcycles The Final Years By Bob Currie
In this Classic British Motorcycles The Final Years By Bob Currie, twenty five motorcycles have been selected from the collection to show the diversity of the motorcycles built in an era when the British industry was at its peak and supplied 90 percent of the world demand. Many are familiar, like the sidecar man’s favorite, the Panther 120S, or the ton up boy’s delight, the BSA Gold Star. Not all are roadgoing motorcycles, the Manx Norton and teh Boy Racer AJS 7R are covered, along with the Greeves ISDT Special and the Triumph Trophy.
The profile of each motorcycle is illustrated with a large color portrait and several black and white photographs specially commissioned for this book, while the commentary by Bob Currie recalls a model’s design, construction, performance, and history.