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Beale Motorcycles

Beale has been producing motorcycles since 1990.

The name of George Beale became well known for the performance of his race entries. He is also famed for his immaculate restorations of racing motorcycles. His work has produced small numbers of standard and lightweight models of the Matchless G50, along with replicas of the AJS Porcupine, AJS 7R Scrambler, Benelli 1969 500/4, Honda 1967 RC174 and Brough Superior SS80 "Old Bill".

George was a trials and scrambles competitor in the 1960s, a Yamaha dealer in the 70s and 80s, has managed several racing teams and is very well known in the classic racing scene. He has also worked in auction houses and has been responsible for numerous world record motorcycle auction prices one of which achieved over £400,000.

Source: Graces Guide

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