Modifications to make em usable

Royal Enfield began by building three-wheelers but soon turned to small motorcycles with engines mounted over the front wheel. The Redditch factory began producing more convential motorcycles before the First World War and the success of these continued after 1918. In the 1920s and 1930s Royal Enfield continued as a leading manufacturer and even after the Second World War their range embraced motorcycles from 123cc to the 736cc vertical twin superbikes.

Re: Modifications to make em usable

Postby kawa » Wed Jul 08, 2009 10:46 pm

Got to say John Britten was a brillant engineer, he done things that big corporations could "dare to dream" off. Got a copy of "the John Britten story" a few years back, if you get a chance have a read of a copy. :209


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Re: Modifications to make em usable

Postby Welsh Wizard » Thu Jul 09, 2009 6:03 am

You just got to be stuburn enough to just get out and doe it rock
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