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01. Small Heath Works, Subsidiary Companies & Reorganisation 02. Umberslade Hall 03. Colours & Photo Sessions 04. P22 - Here it is, Whatever it is 05. P25 Bantam 06. P30 - 350cc DOHC Twin 07. P34, P36, P39, P40 08. P40/13 Hurricane 09. Promotion 10. Competition 11. USA 12. Into the Abyss
Born in Oxford, England, in 1961, Brad Jones has owned, ridden and restored countless BSA and Triumph motorcycles since his first British acquisition in 1980; an ex-police BSA C15. He self-published BSA B25/B50: The Incomplete Guide, widely recognised as the most comprehensive book on its subject and sold in 12 countries. This was followed with an equally well received DVD that, while again concentrating on the 250cc and 500cc oil-in-frame singles, also featured a broad ranging interview with BSA/Triumph's Chief Stylist, Stephen Mettam.
This book certainly meets its intended objectives and is an excellent read for any BSA/Triumph enthusiast but is definitely a 'must read' for those of us who are big fans of the post '71 models and/or are keen to see a much more objective account of the final years and the eventual demise of our favourite brands. The Star (BSA Owners Club UK) offers high entertainment value Redaktion Custombike If BSA is in your DNA, then[this book] belongs on your bookshelf ... Jones does a superb job telling a compelling story about the people, the machines, the company, and the events that shaped the final days of BSA. Ultimate MotorCycling Lovers of BSA and British motorcycles, beware! This book [is a] must have! Klassiek & Techniek This is an interesting and original take on a fascinating bit of motorcycle history. Bike Rider Magazine