Given the level of competition in the Pre-65 Scottish Two Day Trial it stands to reason that the winning bike must be something really special. It has to be because if it wasn’t how could it cope with the tough sections that make up pre-65 events these days? Or at least that’s the way the assumption goes...

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Bimota SB2 Italian performance motorcycle
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Tri-umph engine and Nor-ton frame equals Triton
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1939 Excelsior Manxman J14 classic motorcycle

The Excelsior Manxman is, without question,...

1947 AJS Model 18

This 1947 AJS Model 18 has been owned long-...

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