Greeves Anglian 1967

£0.00 GBP

Year: 1983

Engine Size: 550CC

Registration: N/A

Mileage: N/A


1967 Greeves Anglian 250cc. With Original Engine! In excellent condition and comes with an original allie tank. Starts, runs and rides just as it should. Comes with a V5C log book and original green buff logbook which confirms the original engine and frame! A very rare bike, a great bit of fun and an excellent investment for the future!

The mid-1960s Spanish "invasion" by Bultaco, Montesa, and Ossa, effectively curtailed a near monopoly by Greeves on the UK trials scene. The Thundersley firm's response was the Anglian, initially available with "banana" forks, and later with "teles", which riders began fitting retrospectively after REH and others started offering Ceriani style front suspension at a reasonable price. Thereafter, for a couple of seasons, the Anglian helped regain some of Greeves' former glory, thanks to the 37A Villiers engine remaining fairly competitive, especially if fitted with Greeves' own Challenger cylinder barrel