Web site to be launched 4 December

Web site to be launched 4 December

 

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  1. William Herlihy on 5th December 2017 at 10:38 am

    Hello Dennis,
    What a brilliant AJW website for a machine I knew very little – I am a lot wiser now ! I must say I will look to find an AJW in the flesh, either the single or the ‘V’ twin.
    Many thanks for your efforts,
    Will Herlihy



  2. Mark Newsome - Tanks Classics Ltd on 5th December 2017 at 11:18 am

    A very informative, detailed site for the AJW motorcycle company, it’s history and the various models they made over the years. Certainly a website that is saved in my favourites for future reference. Excellent work.



  3. Tan on 5th December 2017 at 1:26 pm

    Very impressive website. Love the photographs, really takes you back in time. I am no more than an observer, but I think you have done a wonderful job at recanting the past for all to enjoy.



  4. Bill Cakebread on 5th December 2017 at 2:49 pm

    A welcome addition and most educational content about one of our lesser known marques.
    Keep up the good work.



  5. Daphne Wheaton on 5th December 2017 at 5:18 pm

    Many thanks to Dennis Frost without whose enthusiasm this website would not have been created.
    He is also responsible for persuading The Lakeland Museum in Cumbria to display six of the motorcycles.
    The museum has made a great display.



  6. Richard Rosenthal on 5th December 2017 at 8:16 pm

    This new AJW website is absolutely superb. Brilliant job Dennis



  7. Phillip Tooth on 5th December 2017 at 8:44 pm

    This is not just a website – it is a book on the web. And a very good book at that. If anyone needs to know anything about AJW motorcycles they will find it here. Dennis, you’ve put an enormous amount of work into creating this marque history and it shows. I was wondering what you were going to do now that you have retired!
    Congratulations and best wishes



  8. Tony Wright on 9th December 2017 at 10:46 am

    A revelation – fascinating to learn about another niche in the rich history of British motorcycles. I’m looking forward to reading the whole history “cover to cover”, if you can say that about a web document. Are there any restored twins that could be featured?
    A most refreshing website, laid out professionally and without the clutter and confusion so common nowadays.