Motos anglaises 

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    Illustrated with over 200 photographs, this comprehensive new history looks at: the history and development of the single and twin-cylinder ranges; the racing bikes; technical details of all major models and owning and riding AJS and Matchless bikes today.
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    Plenty of books have been published about British bikes and their glorious motorcycling racing heritage, but until now none has solely focused on the rich variety of British café racers. a genre created in 1950s Britain by the 'ton-up boys'.Style, speed and passion combine for an eclectic journey into the world of the British cafe racer. Uli Cloesen's...
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    Very few motorcycles have carved a mark in history like the Vincent V-twin, from its arrival in 1946 and up to the present day. On the road, in club racing, in drag races, or competing for land speed records, it dominated the motorcycle world, leading to the famous catchphrase coined by the factory: "The World's Fastest Standard Motorcycle." It was a FACT...
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    Pour la première fois, tous les modèles Triumph de 1937 à 2015 sont présentés sous une forme encyclopédique et chronologique, avec un texte écrit par un spécialiste reconnu de la marque. Cet ouvrage, abondamment illustré, se doit de figurer dans la bibliothèque de tous les passionnés de moto.
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    Triumph's pre-unit twin-cyclinder motorcycles were produced from 1938 to 1962, with engine sizes of 350cc, 500cc and 650cc. Ridden both on the road and in competition , the bikes formed the basis for Triumph's success through the 1940s to the 1960s. With iconic names such as Speed Twin, Tiger 100, Trophy and Bonneville, the pre-unit Triumphs came as...
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    Incredibly comprehensive, this book is the ultimate reference source to every aspect of these machines, including 22 very detailed model profiles and delivery details of 113,000 individual machines to 153 countries, color schemes and much, much more. It contains full international history of the popular Triumph Tiger Cub & Triumph Terrier motorcycles,...
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    When Triumph were reborn in a stunning manner in 1961, most expected that the top-of-the-range sports machine would be labelled as a Bonneville - but no - top sports honours were awarded to motorcycles carrying the world ‘Daytona’ in their title. Daytona notoriety appeared in the form of the Daytona 1200, a machine of truly awesome performance. With the...
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    The Triumph 350cc and 500cc unit-construction twins were called the 'C' Series, and were made between 1957 and 1974. The range started with the 350cc 'Twenty-one' - a sedate touring bike with full enclosure in the form of the famous Triumph 'Bathtub' - went through such famous names as the Speed Twin, Tiger 100 and Trophy, and ended with the rip-roaring...
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    From its creation in 1928 to its demise thirty years later, Vincent produced motorcycles that were among the very best. Names like Black Shadow, Rapide and Black Lightning are bywords for good looks, good engineering and exceptional performance.This detailed history examines the company from its roots at the beginning of the Twentieth century and explores...
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    Velocette is one of the most respected names in the history of the motorcycle. Though not as numerous or as successful, as some machines, the motorbikes produced by the Veloce company in Birmingham command a special respect and an extremely loyal following, and machines such as the KTT and Thruxton are among the most desirable classic bikes you can buy...
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    In 1961 a production 500cc Velocette Venom Clubman Veeline achieved a world record, twenty-four hours at a speed of 100.05mph. It was the first motorbike of any size to perform the feat, and to this date no other motorbike of comparable size has equaled or bettered its record. It was the culmination of almost fifty-five years of technological excellence...
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    The restorers guide - a complete description of every variation of every BSA Unit Single (C15, B40, B25, B44, B50 and TR25w) including all the myriad detailed factory modifications, the reasons for the changes, modern equivalents (especially paints) and modifications to improve roadworthiness - if it is a Unit Single then the answers are here! The...
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    The BSA range of unit construction singles was in production for fifteen years, and spanned the time of BSA's greatest success, to the eventual failure of the company. In that time, the range provided BSA with their basic 'bread and butter' machines, gave thousands of learners an introduction to motorcycling, provided BSA with many national and world...
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