COTTON MOTOR COMPANY OF GLOUCESTER
WRITTEN BY NEVILLE CHAPMAN
Neville Chapman’s Cotton Motor Company of Gloucester examines the rise and fall of a British motorcycle manufacturer, and details how one man’s vision helped place Gloucester at the centre of the developing British motorcycling industry of the 1920’s, in direct competition with the likes of London, Birmingham and Bristol.
With its engineering skills and stable of gifted riders, Cotton Motor Company punched well above its weight. This paired with oustanding competition success, cemented its reputation for excellence. This is Bill Cotton’s story.
3. The Tourist Trophy
4. Triumphant in 1923
5. Opportunities taken 1923-1926
6. Nineteen Twenty-Six and all that
7. The slippery slope
8. Encore : Brooklands 1935
10. JES Motorcycle Manufacturer
Appendix 1 : The 1914 patent
Appendix 2 : The complete 1922 catalogue
Appendix 3 : Riders associated with Cotton
Appendix 4 : Cotton TT successes and appearances
The book is new, soft cover, 170 pages, English text.
ISBN : 978-1-911320-20-3