Starting a 1951 AJS 7R Boy Racer (Video)

By Richard Backus

A 1951 AJS works 7R starts up at the Lone Star Vincent Owners Club and North Texas Norton Owners Association joint rally and ride.

One of three 350cc AJS 7R “Boy Racers” built by AJS for its factory riders in 1951 and 1952. Ridden by Bill Doran, Reg Armstrong, Rod Coleman and Bob McIntyre.

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