British 250cc Racing Motorcycles 1946-1959: an era of ingenious innovation
Traces the history and development of the privately built British 250cc 'specials' and 'hybrids' competition class of Road Racing from 1946 to 1959. This book recalls the men and machines involved, and traces their history and development, in what was clearly the most technically innovative class of Road Racing in the 1950's. Chapters cover the Pre-war; The REG - machines designed and built by R.E.Geeson; OHC Nortons & Velocettes - hybrids based on modified Manx Norton and KTT Velocette engines reduced to 250cc; BSA Gold Star Specials - 250cc specials based on modified BSA Gold Star engines; and others.
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