Associated Motorcycles (AMC) produced some of the most iconic British bikes of the 1940s and 1950s. Badged as either AJS or Matchless, the range covered everything from plodding ride-to-work four-stroke singles, racy twin-cylinder sportsters, trials and scrambles singles, weekend racers and two-stroke moto crossers, through to full-blown Grand Prix contenders.
Illustrated with over 200 photographs, this comprehensive new history looks at:
• The history and development of the single and twin-cylinder ranges
• The racing bikes
• Technical details of all major models
• Owning and riding AJS and Matchless bikes today
Author: Matthew Vale