The Scott Motorcycle: The Yowling Two-stroke

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Foulis, 2004 - Transportation - 239 pages
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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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About the author (2004)

Jeff has been an active motorcyclist since 1946 in both road and competition events. He retired in 1991 from his role as Editorial Director of the Haynes Publishing Group. Jeff is a regular contributor to Old Bike Mart and on irregular occasions to most other motorcycling magazines. A member of the Vintage MCC and founder of one of its sections, he is also a member of the LE Velo Club and a life member of the London Douglas MCC and the Kickstart Club or Torbay.

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