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  • Lance: Race you to the top of the stairs. Winner gets bragging rights.
  • Pidge: We're on a mission, Lance, we don't have time to goof off.
  • Lance: Oh come on, P i d g e y.
  • Pidge:
  • Lance:
  • Pidge: Oh you are on!
  • Lance: [ proceeds to run up the stairs, casually skipping steps ]
  • Pidge: cheaTER-
  • Lance: Come on, Pidgey! You're so slow.~
  • Pidge: I H A V E S H O R T L E G S Y O U A S S -
  • Lance: [ cackling ]
  • Keith, waiting at the top of the stairs for them: [ trips Lance ]
  • Lance: shIT-
  • Pidge: SUFFER!
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1939 AJS V4 Racer | Supercharged | Water Cooled | Participated in the 1939 Isle of Man TT and the 1939 Ulster Grand Prix, the last GP before WW2 | The V4 was the first bike to lap the Ulster Grand Prix course at over 100 mph | 160 kmh | Ton Up

AJS was a British company founded in 1909 by A. J. Stevens & Co. Ltd to build and produce cars and motorcycles | The motorcycles had much success in racing and by 1931 held 117 motorcycle world records

1958 AJS Norton Special | NorAjs Cafe Racer | Road Racer

AJS 18CS Engine | Norton Featherbed Frame | Engine 58/18CS 2867 |
VIN 5818CS287


AJS was a British company founded in 1909 by A. J. Stevens & Co. Ltd to build and produce cars and motorcycles | The motorcycles had much success in racing and by 1931 held 117 motorcycle world records

Associated Motor Cycles | AMC built the AJS Racing Motorcycle from 1948 to 1963 together with their Matchless Bikes | Associated Motorcycles and the AJS name eventually ended up with Norton-Villiers in 1966

Norton-Villiers | British Motorcycle manufacturer | Established in the 1960s following the collapse of AMC | Under a British Government initiative after the decline of the motorcycle undustry, the remnants of Norton-Villiers and BSA Triumph formed Norton-Villiers-Triumph | Production lasted from 1966 - 1972

Pic | Todd McLellan

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1948 AJS 7R | Boy Racer | Road Racing Bike | 350 cc OHC Single 32 bhp | The AJS 7Rs won the 1961, 62 and 63 Junior Manx TT Races and came 2nd in 1966 | Top Speed 180-190 kph 115-120 mph

AJS was a British company founded in 1909 by A. J. Stevens & Co. Ltd to build and produce cars and motorcycles | The motorcycles had much success in racing and by 1931 held 117 motorcycle world records

Associated Motor Cycles | AMC built the AJS Racing Motorcycle from 1948 to 1963 together with their Matchless Bikes | Associated Motorcycles and the AJS name eventually ended up with Norton-Villiers in 1966