Today in Motorcycle History


Cheetah Frame, 1967

Frame, of Reynolds 531 tubing, basis of the new Villiers-pwered trials Cheetah to be produced by Denmead, Hants, dealer Bob Goltner and trials rider Mick Whitlock. The model will shortly appear in southern events ridden by Whitlock.

Cheetah motorcycles were produced from 1967 to 1969, built by Bob Gollner at Denmead, Hampshire.

The machines were constructed for observed trials competition and had an excellent frame and forks kit. Buyers could then add their own engines and wheels. Supplied in kit form, a complete machine was available - as were the individual parts, all of which were very high quality. The engine was a Villiers 37A, but supplies of that soon dried up and, as Spanish trials models gained popularity, the Cheetah came to an end.

Source: Graces Guide

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