Length of the model: 220 mm
This glorious English manufacturer made a comeback after the Second World War. In 1949 this famous single-cylinder 500, ridden by Daniell, won the first world championship race to be held in England, on the torturous Tourist Trophy circuit. In 1950 and 1951 it was ridden to world championship title victory by the fearless Englishman G. Duke.
Innovative for its time, it was the first bike to use an upper and lower cradle-type chassis.