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Uploaded on Sep 25, 2009
Classic Motorcycle Club Victoria interview with member Lindsay Urquhart and the story of his 1915 Model H Indian. Lindsay was a very successful motorcycle racer in the 1950's. Lindsay's motorcycling CV is probably one of the best in Australia including sidecar road race champion, working in the late 1950's at 2 of Britain's most famous factory race shops, Norton and A.J.S. also for one of Britain's leading race tuners the late Ray Petty . Back in Australia he was the first to use a CB 750 Honda 4 in a racing outfit of his own construction.In later years he has been making O.H.V. conversions for Indian V Twins . He also constructed many frames as well as his own replica vintage V.Twin motorcycles which have claimed many race victories and Australian speed records. Now in his 70's Lindsay is still competing in and winning events in classic racing. This is only a brief summary of Lindsay's extensive achievements. Interviewed by David Landridge. A Richard Haughton production.