All speed racing fans who have experienced the 70s remember the victory of British driver John Cooper at Malory Park in front of world champion Giacomo Agostini on his factory MV Agusta.
John Cooper piloted a BSA 750 Rocket 3 Racing equipped with a chassis manufactured by the famous Rob North.
Rob North made about thirty BSA Rocket 3 between 1970 and 1971.
Subsequently, it issued licenses to specialized preparers to manufacture and market Rob North Replica bicycle parts.
Among these preparers, MCS, based in the West Midland in England, is a specialist in Rocket 3 and Triumph Trident.
The Rocket 3 Racing Rob North Replica BSA are now the best machines to take part in the classic events of the European calendar: powerful, reliable and very endearing, these competition bikes provide exceptional sensations.
The machine presented here was ordered from MCS in England and bought new in May 2011 by its current owner.
It is therefore a first hand.
It is in a new condition and works perfectly.
It has the particularity of having the speed selector on the left, with the first at the bottom as on Japanese motorcycles.
The engine is equipped with racing parts: 5-speed Kaiffe gearbox, Newby clutch system, Carillo rods, high-compression pistons, US camshaft, 33 mm concentric carburetors, central head cylinder head, etc.
This engine develops about 75 hp and offers a top speed of 240 km / h.
This machine is available in France.
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