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1. Greeves History (Featured)
Frank Conleys Greeves Motorcycle Parts and Restoration Services Frank Conley's Greeves 13 El Cuenco Carmel Valley, CA 93924 831-659-4958
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2. Greeves 250cc Anglian Trials
The Greeves Anglian was a benchmark for performance and reliability for a Trials machine. The Anglian was available with the standard leading link forks and/or for about $50.00 more, a Ceriani telescopic model was also available. Traditional Greeves riders preferred the leading link, while newer riders preferred the telescopic fork.
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3. Greeves 250cc Challenger 1967
Greeves was by far the most popular off-road 2-stroke in America in the early 1960’s. With its Earl’s type forks and aluminum I-beam frame, Greeves was easily distinguished from other brands. This example, the 1967 Challenger was at the beginning of the end, so to speak in the popularity of the Greeves motorcycle. As motocross mania swept America, the lighter-weight Husky’s and CZ’s became the tool of choice.
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4. Greeves Hawkstone Scrambler
"Greeves Hawkstone Scrambler - Part 1 Most people ride classic bikes on the Queen's Highway, but some riders never turn a wheel on tarmac. Michael Eustace took to scrambling..."
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5. Greeves Hawkstone, QUB, & Challenger
Greeves partnered up and sponsored motocross racer Brian Stonebridge, gaining the exposure needed to effectively market the company. Sales started to rise, and Greeves stepped up the efforts even more. Dave Bickers gained their sponsorship, and in 1960 and 1961, he won the European championship on Greeves’ new 246cc bike
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6. Greeves Motorcycles - Image Gallery
Greeves Pictures - Image Gallery of Classic British Bikes from Sheldon's EMU.
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7. Greeves Motorcycles at Sheldon's EMU
Greeves motorcycles - Owners and clubs, parts resources, images, links to technical articles... The Thundersley, Essex Greeves factory began production in 1952 and continued building motorcycles until a fire in the late 1970's brought financial ruin. Production ended in 1978. Dave Bickers won the 1960 and 1961 Coupe d'Europe for Greeves - the race became known as the 250cc MX World Championship from 1962.
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8. Greeves Motorsport Trials
new 280cc trials bike by Greeves Motorcycles The new Greeves Trials Bike has been designed to give maximum performance, reliability and ride ability without compromising on quality. In excess of six thousand hours of design and development work have been expended into the new bike in order to provide the ultimate riding experience. The new Greeves 280cc Trials bike comprises our own manufacture aluminium frame, typical Greeves headstock CNC'd from solid billet together with the footrest hangers and swinging arm. The fan and radiator are set back 30mm from the front, enabling debris to fall out and not overheat the engine by blocking air to the engine or the radiator.
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9. Greeves powered speedway machine
Images of a 1968 speedway bike, part of an archive of a once-popular speedway site.
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10. Greeves Riders Association Website
The purpose of this website is to introduce the Greeves Riders Association as well as providing a certain amount of info about the marque. Calendar Lists forthcoming events Membership Join or renew your membership Technical information Information about Greeves machines Archives Documents and drawings Forum Discuss all things Greeves History A brief history of the Greeves company Identify An index of model numbers Trials Section The GRA's own trials section Regalia View our range of club supplies Racers database Database of surviving racers
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11. Greeves Sportsman: A missed opportunity
Even a passing glance at the Greeves "Sportsman" is a depressing experience. Everything about the bike is crude and amateurish, based on the bare minimum needed to scrape by rather than a credible attempt to produce a quality motorcycle. Viewed against contemporary opposition, the Greeves is of an appalling standard. Yet it need not have been so.
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12. GreevesMotorcycles Ltd.
New Greeves Trials Bike Launched January 2009 We have designed a new Trials Bike for the 21st Century. You can find information about this bike on its own website. Greeves Motorsport
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13. Vintage Greeves Scramblers
GRIFFON 250 REBUILD (HTML PRESENTATION) John Milward of Greeves assembles a race winner! REPRINTED FROM "MOTORCYCLE MECHANICS" OCTOBER 1969 Pathfinder Reprint PATHFINDER ENDURO (4 PAGES) REPRINTED FROM "POPULAR CYCLING" APRIL OCTOBER 1972 Pathfinder Sales Flyer PATHFINDERSALES FLYER SPECIFICATIONS (2 PAGES) Nick Nicholson Sales Flyer 250-380 Griffon Sales Flyer 250-380 GRIFFON MOTO CROSS SALES FLYER (4 PAGES) Contributed by Greeves enthusiast and collector, Dan V QUB GRIFFON SPECIFICATION SHEET QUB GRIFFON MOTO CROSS SPECIFICATION SHEET (2 PAGES) QUB GRIFFON SPECIFICATION SHEET QUB GRIFFON TECHNICAL DATA SHEET (210K) Nick Nicholson County Cycle
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14. Vintage Greeves Scramblers
he Challenger underwent a mechanical restoration in Dec 2001 when my brother (shown on the first test run) wanted to restore it so that we could ride together The restoration was completed before Christmas and the Challenger is running again after 20+ years of sitting idle The 380 Griffon started life as an Enduro...
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