The Scott Motorcycle: The Yowling Two-stroke
Scott motorcycles never fail to draw a crowd. Conceived 100 years ago by an unorthodox Yorkshireman who invented the vertical two-stroke twin and then placed his engine in an open frame machine, the Scott motorcycle was at the time viewed as beautiful, well-built and smooth - but certain eccentricities meant it was not always easy to ride. Jeff Clew's authoritative and incredibly illustrated book, re-issued to meet continuing demand, tells the full story of the machine described as 'the Bugatti of motorcycles'.
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