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Posted by Mr Ian Lamb on 2013-09-23 20:00:48

Tagged: , beamish trophy trial , beamish trophy trial 2013 , beamish , beamish 2013 , motorcycle , classic motorcycle , trials , motorcycle trials , Matchless , Matchless motorcycle

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Netley Marsh Steam & Craft Show

Netley Marsh Steam & Craft Show

Lovely 1951 Matchless G3L , 350cc rigid trials bike seen at Netley Marsh Steam & Craft Show in July 1992.

Posted by davidhann34016 on 2012-04-15 19:39:36

Tagged: , classic , netleymarsh , matchless , trials , rigid , g3l , 350

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Royal Enfield Bullet Trials

Royal Enfield Bullet Trials

Royal Enfield Bullet Trials

Posted by Keith Drummond on 2011-11-25 17:05:24

Tagged: , Trials , Motorcycle , Motorcycle Live 2011 , Royal Enfield

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THE DOT MOTORCYCLE. TRIALS 1960s

THE DOT MOTORCYCLE. TRIALS 1960s

A famous name in motorcycling, Dot trace their roots to 1903 when Harry Reed set up as a cycle builder in Salford. By 1906 Reed had built a motorcycle which he rode to claim the World Championship for the Flying Kilometre at Blackpool and in 1908 Reed won the multi-cylinder class in the Isle of Man TT on his Dot.
Dot had many other competition successes until motorcycle production ceased temporarily in the early 1930’s.

Under the new ownership of Burnard Scott Wade and on the back of the commercial success of 3-wheel cycle and motor delivery trucks which he designed, Dot went back into motorcycle production after WWII, developing machines powered by Villiers Two Stroke engines.

Again Dot tasted racing glory by winning the Manufacturer’s Team Prize in the 1951 Ultra-Lightweight TT but became more famous for their range of lightweight Scrambles and Trials bikes. Aggressively ridden these superb handling Dot bikes beat machines 2 and 3 times their size from the major manufacturers such as BSA, Matchless, Royal Enfield and Triumph and lead to the lighter, more manoeuvrable competition machines of today.

Dot effectively ceased production in the 1960’s although the company and factory still exist, adjacent to the Mancunian Way/Chester Road at Hulme in Manchester and still supply spares and advice to Dot owners all over the world.

Posted by ronsaunders47 on 2010-11-11 10:00:46

Tagged: , MOTORBIKES , MOTORCYCLES , CLASSICS , DOT , VILLIERS , TRIALS

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Terry Prince Love for Speed and Vincent Motorcycles:Bonneville Stories



Terry Prince’s love for racing and Vincent motorcycles started In 1950 when Terry’s father took him, then 12 years old, to watch the Brighton speed trails, where …

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BSA B32 Competition trials 1950 350cc 1 cyl ohv – vintage motorcycle – start up



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Manufacturer: BSA
Model: B32 Competition Alloy Motor trials
Year: 1950
Displacement: 348cc
Engine type: 4-stroke / ohv
Cylinders: 1
Bore/stroke: 71x88mm
Power: 22hp@6000rpm

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