Phil Aynsley Photography


Home Login Album list Last uploads Last comments Most viewed Top rated My Favorites Search
Home > Bikes > Other Marques > Rickman

Most viewed - Rickman
PA-RickmanRIII-011.jpg
RocketIII - 011206 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-001.jpg
RocketIII - 001142 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-007.jpg
RocketIII - 007133 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-008.jpg
RocketIII - 00899 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-009.jpg
RocketIII - 00998 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-006.jpg
RocketIII - 00696 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-003.jpg
RocketIII - 00395 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-004.jpg
RocketIII - 00491 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-002.jpg
RocketIII - 00290 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-010.jpg
RocketIII - 01090 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-013.jpg
RocketIII - 01389 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-014.jpg
RocketIII - 01488 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-016.jpg
RocketIII - 01685 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-005.jpg
RocketIII - 00581 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-012.jpg
RocketIII - 01281 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
PA-RickmanRIII-015.jpg
RocketIII - 01579 viewsThe Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.
16 files on 1 page(s)