Velocette Since 1950: The Big Singles
Velocette is one of the legendary British motorcycle manufacturers. In their day few other machines of the period could go as fast for as long, or handle as well as a big Velocette single. It is a Velocette that holds the distinction of being the first bike to achieve 100 mph for 24 hours. This book provides detailed information on all of the large singles produced and how they changed over the years. It also gives a comprehensive description of the history of the company from 1950 until final closure in 1970. This is a fascinating and definitive account of Velocette which will interest all those who love old British bikes and one which no Velocette owner should be without.
Velocette Since 1950: The Big Singles is reprinted, with permission, from an earlier work by Steve Wilson, British Motorcycles since 1950 first published in 1992 by Patrick Stephens Ltd an imprint of Haynes Publishing Company, and now out of print.
Steve Wilson is the author of British Motor Cycles since 1950, a six volume survey of British Motorcycles and also many other titles about classic bikes and the pleasure to be had from riding them. Steve is a full time journalist writing about classic bikes and cars and has a regular column in Real Classics. When he is not writing about classic bikes he is most likely to be found riding one of his BSAs.
MAC 350, ‘new’ MSS, Venom, Viper and Thruxton Venom singles
Specifications, MAC, Viper, 1954 on MSS, Venom, Thruxton
Engine and frame numbers
Appendix: Owners Clubs and Spares
Velocette Since 1950: The Big Singles - Steve Wilson
Softcover, 270 x 210 mm, 63 pages, 67 illustrations and tables
ISBN 09535098 8 5