The autobiography of Colin Seeley. 1950s Britain was a time of great innovation for the motorcycle. In 1954, riding his father's Vincent outfit, little did he realise how interwoven his own life and the motorcycle scene would become. Through sheer hard work and determination Colin built his reputation as a perfectionist in all things, well respected then and now. Packed with photographs, the book is one man's vivid memories of motorcycle racing, from the thrills of sidecar racing to the development of the Seeley marque, CSRD and the highly regarded sponsorship and service for racers lucky enough to have the friendship and professional interest of Colin Seeley. Colin's book is full of anecdotes, escapades, personalities on and off the track, giving a fantastic insight into racing and technical achievements over three great decades in motorcycling history. If you were there you'll love reliving them. If you weren't, you'll wish you had been! The book is lavishly illustrated in full colour. With 288 pages.
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