Plucky Brit: 1969 Scott Flying Squirrel

Check out the profile on the classic British 1969 Scott Flying Squirrel and learn to love or hate this water-cooled 2-stroke Britbike.

| July/August 2020

Scott-flying-squirrel

 
Engine: 596cc liquid-cooled 2-stroke parallel twin, 68.25mm x 74.6mm bore and stroke, 7:1 compression ratio, 30hp at 6,800rpm

Top speed: 85mph (est.)

Carburetion: Single 1-inch Amal carburetor with remote float bowl

Transmission: 3-speed, right foot shift



Electrics: 6-volt, coil and breaker points ignition

Frame/wheelbase: Dual downtube cradle frame/59in (1,499mm)

huskyfrk
7/23/2020 7:21:22 AM

ITS A work of art. beautiful


Wayne L
7/23/2020 7:09:45 AM

I believe that The Barber Museum has a very early Scott and a Silk motorcycle, .




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