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Velocette Motorcycles | Racing Motorcycles | Known for their KTT models which competed and won the Tourist Trophy Races | TT designation indicated the machine was intended for racing

1937 Velocette MSS | 500 cc | Velocette M Series | Sturdy frame was developed from the MkV KTT Racing Machines and was shared with the KSS MKII of 1936–1948

1970 Velocette Venom Thruxton | 500cc | Known as Venom Thruxton or simply Thruxton | Sport and TT Racing bike with speeds up to 180 kph 110 mph | Produced by Velocette from 1965 until the company closed in 1971

1965 Velocette Thruxton | Seat Cowl | Fishtail Exhaust | Legend

Velocette Venom Thruxton | 500cc | Known as Venom Thruxton or simply Thruxton | Sport and TT Racing bike with speeds up to 180 kph 110 mph | Produced by Velocette from 1965 until the company closed in 1971

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1959 Velocette Venom | Sport and TT Racing bike with speeds up to 180 kph 110 mph | Produced by Velocette from 1965 until the company closed in 1971

Velocette Motorcycles | Racing Motorcycles | Known for their KTT models which competed and won the Tourist Trophy Races | TT designation indicated the machine was intended for racing

Half Helmet | Tinted Goggles | Riding Leathers | Headlight Bra | Vintage Cafe Racer | Classic Road Racer

Velocette Road Racer | Cafe Racer | 1959 Velocette Viper | 350cc | 147 kph 91 mph | Produced by Velocette from 1955 to 1968


Velocette Motorcycles | Manufactured by Veloce Ltd | Founded in 1904 | Small, family-owned firm, making hand-built motorcycles | Successful endeavour in international motorcycle racing from the mid-1920s through the 1950s | Two 350 cc World Championship titles in 1949–1950 | Legendary and still-unbeaten single-cylinder, 500 cc machine, 24 hours at 160 kph 100 mph record

Notable Velocette motorcycles | Velocette Viper and Vogue ending in 1968, “Special”, Scrambler and Endurance in 1969, and MSS Venom and Velocette Thruxton in 1970 | Veloce Ltd. closed in February 1971