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In this issue...
  • Fay Taylour: Queen of Speedway
  • BSA CD-Manual
  • Triumph CD-Manual
  • Norton CD-Manual
  • AJS Matchless CD-Manual

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    BritBike Newsletter #48
    Tip of the day! When you visit Panther Publishings website buy one or more of their fine motorcycle books. Doing that is same as a contribution to BritBike.com
    May 2006

    Dear Morgan,

    The reason we send this issue so soon to you is that our friends Panther Publishing in UK are publishing a new interesting book related to our way of life...
    Due to the release a special offer is made for orders no later than June 30th.
    Read more about the book below.


    Ride Safe
    Morgan Johansson
    editor@bribike.com

    Fay Taylour: Queen of Speedway
    New great book from Panther Publishing

    Fay Taylour was the most successful woman speedway rider - ever. Her short but meteoric career spanned just a few years in the late 1920s until women were banned from the Speedway in 1930. In these few years Fay made a name for herself first in Trials riding, in which she won several Gold Medals, and then in Speedway, one of the toughest of all sports on a motorcycle. Fay competed against, and beat, most of the well known male speedway riders in the UK, Australia and New Zealand and became something of a legend - the Queen of Speedway! This book is a biography of Fay and especially her motorcycle years in trials and speedway. It is a fascinating account of a truly remarkable woman and the early years of speedway in England, Australia and New Zealand.

    Author Brian Belton has Speedway in his blood. His father and grandfather both worked at West Ham Stadium and knew many of the racers there. Brian is now an academic, a youth worker and a well known author of books such as West Ham Speedway, Hammering Round and Bluey Wilkinson - the Hammer’s first World Champion.

    Read more about Fay Taylour: Queen of Speedway here!

    BSA CD-Manual
    The very best BSA compilation ever produced! Buy this CD & You support BritBike.com

    4th Edition The BSA Double-CD

    Covers some 1930’s models, the wartime SV, and almost all models from 1945 to 1973.
    HUGE Service Sheet section! This is the “must have” collection for anyone who owns, maintains, restores, or just loves BSA motorcycles.
    Price: US$65.00 includes worldwide shipping

    Read more about BSA CD-Manuals!

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    Triumph CD Triumph CD-Manual
    The very best Triumph compilation ever produced! Buy this CD & You support BritBike.com

    Triumph Fourth edition The Triumph Double- CD
    The Triumph Collection covers almost every Triumph model from 1935 to 1985, with Spare Parts Lists, Workshop Manuals, Service Sheets, or technical articles. The fourth edition has now grown so large it is a double-CD, over 1GB of material in all.
    Price: US$65.00 includes worldwide shipping

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    Order Your BSA, Triumph, AJS-Matchless, Norton & Lucas CD-Manuals here!

    Norton CD Manual Norton CD-Manual
    The very best Norton compilation ever produced! Buy this CD & You support BritBike.com

    The Norton CD is now into its FOURTH EDITION, and covers not just the Commando, but all the so- called "heavy-weight" twins (as opposed to the under- 400 cc twins) and the "classic" singles - the ES2, the International, and of course the Manx. AND, we even have a post- Commando bike covered, with the inclusion of the workshop manual for the rotary-engine Interpol 2. There is a rebuild manual which also covers the LIGHTWEIGHT TWINS, and the Commando section has been added to with another Parts List, Stage 2 Tuning Notes for the 850, and other minor service-related matters. There is of course a complete set of factory- issued Service Sheets for the Commando (over 170 pages worth!). AND we have added a new Maintenance Manual for the 16H, Big 4, 18, & ES2 singles, and more "memorabilia". There is also a NEW Engine Data Base which covers from the 1946 Model 18 to the 1963 Atlas. This is a single-CD set.
    Price: US$59.00 includes worldwide shipping

    Read more about Norton CD-Manuals!

    Order Your BSA, Triumph, AJS-Matchless, Norton & Lucas CD-Manuals here!

    AJS Matchless CD-Manual AJS Matchless CD-Manual
    The very best AJS Matchless compilation ever produced! Buy this CD & You support BritBike.com

    This CD covers AJS and/or Matchless machines from 1926 almost without any breaks right through to 1967 for Parts Lists, plus fifteen workshop manuals or out-of- print service and maintenance textbooks covering much the same period. Both twins and singles are covered, and one of the workshop manuals is a Norton Matchless full-on Workshop Manual that covers ALL models (up to 650 cc twins) from 1957 to 1966. The Norton-engined models are well-covered too in other works, and there are lots of lovely reproductions of sales brochures from various periods as well as some excellent histories of the Matchless marque and engine number details. This is a very complete compilation and a MUST for the AJS/Matchless enthusiast. This is a single-CD set.
    Price: US$59.00 includes worldwide shipping

    Read more about AJS-Matchless CD-Manuals!

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