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Black Ariels, 1926-1930, by Dave Barkshire
The AOMCC has had a further 150 copies of this high quality book printed. The first two editions had runaway sales and secondhand editions are fetching a heavy premium. This edition has 228 pages,16 more than the second edition.
Dave Barkshire has long been an enthusiast of old Ariels: he is a slightly eccentric follower specifically of Black Ariels built by the Selly Oak factory between 1926 and 1930.
Everything you could ever want to know about those faroff days is paraded before you in these 2
28 high-quality pages, all of it bearing some relationship to the bikes which are the excuse for the book. Some of the full-page colour reproductions of factory adverts are so gorgeous you could lose half a lifetime just gazing at them.

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The Ariel Owners Club has republished The Ariel Story.
The book that is easily the best existing history of our marque. Apart from a few errors that have been corrected, the new edition is identical to the original 1979 edition written by the son of the famous Ariel tuning wizard Lawrence Hartley. There are 316 pages of information, photographs and diagrams. Included are tables showing the most up-to-date information we have on engines and frame numbers from 1926 to 1965.

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Aurora to Ariel book, by Bill Snelling.
In an action-packed career that spanned over two decades, Manxman J. Graham Oates carved a unique niche for himself in the world of motorcycling including being a WWI despatch rider - 1914-1916, Manx Motorcycle manufacturer - The Aurora – 1919, ACU Six Days trial competitor, TT rider & one of the founders of despatch rider training in WWII. A fascinating & personal book about a motorcycling pioneer who also enjoyed success as a competitor across various disciplines. engines and frame numbers from 1926 to 1965

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