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1955 BSA MC1 250 GRAND PRIX (THE MOTORCYCLE FILES) Edition]

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The Files is a series of short but e-books (or e-files) that are relative to their size and

The series presents you with a opportunity to build your own of road and track tests of of the world#x2019;s rarest motorcycles.

edition of The Motorcycle Files, for is the first-ever track test by any journalist of the ultimate mystery — the 250cc BSA MC1 prototype Prix racer which was during 1950-55 by what was the world#x2019;s largest motorcycle It was developed and tested and showed potential — but it was never

This e-file gives a history of the machine including an interview with Roland one of its main development engineers and Geoff Duke the six-times Champion who tested it and found it to be for purpose’.

Unfortunately the BSA management refused to it to race unless all concerned prepared to guarantee that it win first time out! an impossibility to predict.

Abandoning the was a great shame as Duke’s of the prototype was that it could been developed into a World Championship challenger in the class.

Journalist and former Alan Cathcart, has been road and racing motorcycles all the world for twenty years and allied to a successful racing has earned him the respect of all of the major manufacturers, museums and private of priceless two-wheeled rarities.

In cases the machines that he has for The Motorcycle Files are the only example in the world. And Alan#x2019;s combination of riding ability and skills means that are willing to open the doors to factory team race to him and then allow him to test on the track the machines that are restricted to World Championship Prix and Superbike racers.

The Motorcycle Files, therefore, are the publications that can offer you the to build up your own library of on some of the rarest machines on the Each file includes the or road test, plus information and the historical background of the machines.

Added to that is the that The Motorcycle Files has the skills of some of the best photographers in the world to provide action and technical images. No series can strip the fairings the racing machines and allow you a look at the engines and other details usually seen by the race team engineers.

The initial releases in The Motorcycle series will focus upon a selection of the most road and racing machines of the

The Motorcycle Files is a series of but hugely-informative e-books (or e-files) are priced relative to their and content.

The series presents you a unique opportunity to build own library of road and track of some of the world#x2019;s rarest

BSA Prototype
BSA Prototype

This edition of The Motorcycle for example, is the first-ever track feature by any journalist of the ultimate bike — the 250cc BSA MC1 Grand Prix racer was developed during 1950-55 by was then the world#x2019;s largest manufacturer. It was developed and tested and great potential — but it was raced.


This e-file gives a history of the machine including an interview with Roland one of its main development engineers and Geoff Duke the six-times Champion who tested it and found it to be for purpose’.

Unfortunately the BSA management to allow it to race unless all were prepared to guarantee it would win first time Obviously an impossibility to predict.

the project was a great shame as assessment of the prototype was that it have been developed a genuine World Championship in the 250cc class.

Journalist and racer, Alan Cathcart, has testing road and racing all over the world for twenty and this, allied to a successful career, has earned him the respect of all of the motorcycle manufacturers, museums and owners of priceless two-wheeled

In many cases the machines he has tested for The Motorcycle Files are the existing example in the world. And unique combination of riding and journalistic skills means manufacturers are willing to open the to their factory team shops to him and then allow him to on the race track the machines are usually restricted to World Grand Prix and Superbike

The Motorcycle Files, therefore, are the publications that can offer you the to build up your own library of on some of the rarest machines on the Each file includes the or road test, plus information and the historical background of the machines.

Added to that is the that The Motorcycle Files has the skills of some of the best photographers in the world to provide action and technical images. No series can strip the fairings the racing machines and allow you a look at the engines and other details usually seen by the race team engineers.

The initial releases in The Motorcycle series will focus upon a selection of the most road and racing machines of the

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