Triumph Motorcycles: Their Renaissance and the Hinckley Factory tells the remarkable story of the re-birth of one of the great names of British motorcycle history. Far from looking to the past, the new company has adopted the most modern production methods in modern premises and is producing motorbikes equal to any in the world. John Tipler was given unparalelled access to the factory enabling him to show the production methods and discuss the future with both management and workforce. First published in 1997, this sought-after title has now been fully updated with details of new models, and brings the story up-to-date after a disastrous fire gutted much of the operation. As you will read, the company has been undaunted and goes from strength to strength.
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John Tipler is a freelance motoring writer and historian who contributes to numerous motoring magazines and has written many books on the subject. His extensive background in the motor industry includes spells in the John Player Motorsport Press Office, and at the Motor Industry Research Unit. His interest spreads across many makes and models, but he is inevitably drawn towards sporting cars, classics, and motorbikes. He lives in Norfolk, England.
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Descripción Crowood Press, 2007. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P111861268645