Discounts: Include Coupons Include Offers member of First published inthis book has become regarded as a classic and is being reissued by Haynes It is packed with detailed practical information and illustration compiled by a highly respected motorcycle restorer.
His fascination for vintage motorcycles developed when, as a schoolboy, he purchased a belt-drive Radco motorcycle for GBP3. Throughout his adult life he honoured the memory of this long-forgotten Birmingham marque by using the name 'Radco' for all of his technical writing. Screw threads for the vintage motorcyclist: cycle threads and other screwforms; taps, dies and chasers, with notes on materials; heat treatment explained.
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Publisher: Haynes Publishing, Edition: Hardcover. Language: English.
First published inthis book has become regarded as a classic and is being reissued by Haynes to meet popular demand. Presented in the format of a Haynes Manual, Vintage Motorcyclists Workshop is aimed at the amateur, who is encouraged to attempt almost every aspect of restoration work himself, within the confines of the home workshop. It is packed with detailed practical information and illustration compiled by a highly respected motorcycle restorer.
Best of all, it was British. All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form by any process — electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise — without the prior written permission of the copyright owners and ECW Press.
In an article in Motor Cycle magazine in Alfred Scott wrote that he was drawn to the two-stroke engine because he was trained on high speed steam and marine engines, and when turning his attention to gas and petrol engines the regular power strokes of the two-stroke or Day cycle as he sometimes called itseemed preferable to the one power stroke in four of the Otto cycle. He said this attraction to the two stroke was further enhanced by the reliable and excellent service from a two stroke engine designed by his brother A. Scott M.