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2024-06-11, 20:02:05
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2024-06-08, 18:30:04
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xman has two very nice 1950's machines available - a green 1950 mk4 and black 1951 mk5 - both in good condition and running well.


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2024-06-03, 08:23:05
For Sale
Duncan has just listed his green and cream 1957 Dragonfly for sale with spares and documents.


2024-06-02, 08:34:05
Parts avalable
alistair still has parts available - barrels, carburettor, castings - see all listings.


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Douglas Video on YouTube

Started by Red, 17 Apr 2020 at 14:00

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Copy of an email received by the Club - Roy

Our next video in the Bristol History Series will be premiering on YouTube tomorrow (Friday) at 11am. Like the other programmes I've already uploaded, The Douglas Story will be free to watch for the duration of lock-down.
This film, produced by Spectel Communications,  follows Douglas motorcycle history - the British bike that took the world by storm. During the 1920s the Douglas Motorcycle Company of Bristol led the world in motorcycle design and manufacture, holding 150 World and British records.

Check out the video here 


Excellent video. Thanks for posting, very enjoyable.


good vid but had to lol about the way they glossed over the vespa period and also was disapointed about the lack of info on the ww2 period , was not mentioned about building generators for the military instead of bikes