Travelling with Mr Turner
Sorry, this book is now Out of Print
The Classic Motorcycle "BEST READ" Sept 2011 full review here
The Daily Telegraph "Entertaining, educating, humbling, heroic and uplifting."
"...an interesting and absorbing book, one that you want to come back to... " Martin Jones (TOMCC Nacelle)
“…Winter is a good story-teller, writing with detail, wit and self deprecating humour, and this book is peppered with classic quotes that elevate the tale” RealClassic Magazine Read full review here
“Mr Winter’s pleasant narrative style soon draws you in…” Best Of British Magazine
"Read it" Old Bike Mart
“The writing style encourages one to keep reading, and the further I read the better it got.” Centerstand Magazine
“I couldn't put the book down, I must congratulate you on a fantastic read” Editor Daimler And Lachester Owners' Club
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When lawyer Nigel Winter takes a few days off to follow in the tyre-tracks of one of
And as they ride towards John O’Groats, the author on his modern Triumph and Mr Turner on his Triumph Terrier in 1953, we encounter the bizarre history of Triumph Motorcycles. Record breaking machines that sold around the world, and whose entire work force locked out the management just so that they could continue to make motorcycles and prevent Triumph from being consigned to history. A history so completely off the wall that it simply has to be true. Travelling with Mr Turner draws the reader in to experience how life was lived in those post war decades of tumultuous change and Rock ’n’ Roll and how the legend of Triumph encapsulates an entire generation in a world now nearly vanished into history, but still somehow wonderfully alive today. Witty, satirical and a truly riveting read, one that leaves the reader just begging for more!
Travelling with Mr Turner Now out of Print
160 pages approx, 198x128mm, Paperback, ISBN 978-0-9564975-4-3 illustrated.
And for something a bit special in the way of travel stories, take a look here, (Fifties Road Trip) at Nigel's Dad's trips in the 1950s!
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