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    Jeff Clew(Author)

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Jeff Clew has been involved with motorcycles since 1946 and has owned over sixty different machines. An experienced competitor, he has ridden in most types of competitive events, including ten years of road racing, after which he became Chief Travelling Marshal for the British Motor Cycle Racing Club. Still an active rider, he has a small collection of nine motorcycles, all of which he has restored. He joined J. H. Manuals and became the Haynes Publishing Group's Executive Editorial Director until his retirement in 1991. He has written fourteen books, nineteen workshop manuals and innumerable features for magazines and newspapers, as well as appearing on radio and television. In 1985 Jeff Clew was awarded the Montagu Trophy, the first time it had been awarded for a motorcycle marque history.

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  • PDF | 32 pages
  • Jeff Clew(Author)
  • Shire Publications (10 Oct. 2009)
  • English
  • 8
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  • By Jeff on 14 March 2013

    A good read for Vintage motorbike enthusiasts which is well worth buying as a basis of a library in helping to find a bike suitable for you

  • By Janice Edge on 14 December 2014

    first class little book as are all the shire series.

  • By Tony Allan on 22 December 2014

    excellent secret santa gift he loved it


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