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Q90 Vincent Rapide - British Motorcycle Quiz

British Motorcycle Quiz

Which year was Triumph's Speed Triple introduced?

Q12 Speed Triple - British Motorcycle Quiz
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Name this model of Triumph

Q50 triumph - British Motorcycle Quiz
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Name this model of Triumph

Q53 triumph - British Motorcycle Quiz
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This '60s motorcycle, the Vogue was produced by which manufacturer?

Q88 Vogue 1 - British Motorcycle Quiz
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Which British manufacturers has the most Isle of Man TT wins

Q89 TTwinners - British Motorcycle Quiz
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Norton are way ahead, with 94 wins. Triumph are second with 21 wins and AJS have 19 to their name. Although the Norton brand has been revived and the company are trying to be competitive at the TT, their last win was in 1992, with Hislop beating Carl Fogarty who was riding a Yamaha.

Which manufactuer, more commonly associated with shaving, made this motorcycle?

Q87 Razor - British Motorcycle Quiz
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Wilkinson Sword Company expanded away from making razor blades and made, amongst other products, bicycles, typewriters and motorcycle. This motorcycle, an 848cc 4-cylinder machine, designed for military reconnaissance by P G Tacchi, was produced in 1908. What a beast.

What was the claimed top speed of this 1938 Vincent HRD Rapide?

Q90 Vincent Rapide - British Motorcycle Quiz
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Triumph's 2012 Speed Triple R had lightweight wheels, Ohlins suspension, and a host of other exotica. What was the retail price?

Q91 speed triple r - British Motorcycle Quiz
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This AJS V4 produced in 1939 had something different about it. What was it?

Q92 AJS V4 - British Motorcycle Quiz
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This 1929 Chater-Lea special could do 110mph and was known by what nickname?

Q93 ChaterLea - British Motorcycle Quiz
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British Motorcycle Quiz
By jove!
What a splendid result. Full marks to you old chap (or chapess, although we didn't have those back in the day). Hey ho. Why not share this with your friends by telegram or Facebook, whichever you prefer, old boy.
Golly gosh!
That's a rather spiffy result you've got there. You clearly know your British motorcycles. We shall let her Majesty know you're a dyed-in-the-wool Brit. Why not share your results with your friends using this new-fangled social media, what.
Jolly good show
There's no denying, if you didn't spend so much time being a bit of a cad and a bounder, you'd probably have more time to swot-up on your British motorcycles but your score is nothing to be ashamed about. Why not share this on social media and see if you can beat your fellow bikers?
Dash it!
Not exactly anything to be proud of but we'll let you off as there is a war on. At least there probably is somewhere. Now be a good chap (or chapess) and share this with your peers on social media. Cheerio!
Poppycock!
You're a disgrace to The Empire. If you don't brush up on your British motorcycle knowledge, you're in danger of becoming Ginger's fag for the rest of your life. So hurry up and brush up old chap, for God's sake, The reputation of this great country is on your shoulders.

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