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October 18, 2017
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BSA Motorcycles - the final evolution

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BSA Motorcycles - the final evolution
By Brad Jones
A fresh, much needed appraisal of BSA and Triumph motorcycles designed for the 1971 model year, plus BSA’s revolutionary Ariel 3 moped, and the 750cc Triumph Hurricane that was originally planned as a BSA model. This book also presents a comprehensive study of the related promotional and racing events, as well as the US organisation, and an in-depth account of BSA’s financial position before and after mid-1971’s devastating trading loss announcement.
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Edward Turner: The man behind the motorcycles
Edward Turner: The man behind the motorcycles
By Jeff Clew
Reprinted after a long absence! The deeply researched biography of the man who was probably the most important individual in the history of the British motorcycle industry. Designer of "The Best Motorcycle in the World". Records details of all the world famous motorcycles designed by Edward Turner.
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Save the Triumph Bonneville! – The inside story of the Meriden Workers’ Co-op

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Save the Triumph Bonneville! – The inside story of the Meriden Workers’ Co-op
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By John Rosamond
Written by the ex-Chairman of the workers’ board of directors of the famous Meriden co-op, this is the real story of the last bastion of British motorcycle production following the collapse of the industry. It’s also the story of a workforce’s refusal to let the Triumph Bonneville die ...
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Tales of Triumph Motorcycles and the Meriden Factory
Tales of Triumph Motorcycles and the Meriden Factory
By Hughie Hancox
Hughie worked at Triumph from 1954 until its closure in 1974. Here’s the story of his life in the famous Meriden factory; of many adventures with Triumph motorcycles & Triumph people. Records the fascinating history of a great marque.
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The Triumph Bonneville Bible (59-88)
The Triumph Bonneville Bible (59-88)
By Peter Henshaw
The story of the Triumph Bonneville – its conception, design and production, how it compared to the competition (British and Japanese), and how it was seen at the time. With insights into the company that built it, from the boom times of the 1960s, through struggles in the 70s, and eventual closure in the ‘80s, plus guidance on buying a Bonneville secondhand, this is the fascinating history of a British icon.
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Triumph Bonneville - The Essential Buyer's Guide
Triumph Bonneville - The Essential Buyer's Guide
By Peter Henshaw
A practical, straightforward guide to buying a secondhand Triumph Bonneville, from the very first 1959 T120 pre-unit 650, to the very last T140 unit 750 machines built by L F Harris. What they're like to live with, spares availability and prices, plus point-by-point guide to buying a Bonnie. One hundred colour photos, useful appendices and expert advice mean this book could save you thousands.
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Triumph Bonneville T140

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Triumph Bonneville T140
By Mark Paxton
This book covers complete restoration of the Triumph 750, one of the best selling and most iconic of British motorcycles. Aimed at the DIY enthusiast, it details everything you need to know about assessment, renovation and restoration of all major components, illustrated with colour photos throughout. An essential manual for all Triumph 750 owners.
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Triumph Production Testers' Tales - from the Meriden Factory
Triumph Production Testers' Tales - from the Meriden Factory
By Hughie Hancox
Long time Meriden worker and ace classic Triumph restorer, Hughie Hancox, describes everyday life in the Triumph Production Testing team from 1960 to 1962. A story packed with amusing anecdotes about the trials, tribulations and fun associated with testing Triumph motorcycles fresh from the production line. Includes guidance on fixing problems still found today on the 1960s models, plus previously unseen photographs of machines restored by the author. This is an intimate and entertaining account of Britain’s most famous motorcycle factory in its heyday.
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Vincent Motorcycles -The Untold Story since 1946
Vincent Motorcycles -The Untold Story since 1946
By Philippe Guyony
The story of the first superbike Despite only nine years of production, Vincents continued to be ridden regularly in rallies, hard in racing, and certainly well beyond the normal lifespan of a motorcycle. This book tells the Vincent story from 1946 until the present day, including the stories of those significant individuals who helped to make Vincents such legendary machines.
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