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Used Greeves Motorcycles for sale in Australia, Second Hand

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Today are available 2 Greeves motorcycles for sale. This listings include Greeves motorcycles from the Australia. Use this search form to find the vehicle that you need.


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Greeves Griffon 250 1969 VMX, classic Motor X, not YZ,RM, ...

AUD $ 2536
Australia

Up for Auction is my much loved & looked after Greeves Griffon 250 1969. Sold new through Burrows and Stacker in Malvern Vic. Purchased by me from second owner 1972. Never raced by me, but had it registered for off-road during the 1970's. From memory it has been over bored .060" using a

  • Transmission: Manual
Greeves Griffon 250 1969 VMX, classic Motor X, not YZ,RM, KTM,CR,

Greeves Griffon 250 1969 VMX, classic Motor X, not YZ,RM, ...

AUD $ 9722
Australia

Up for Auction is my much loved & looked after Greeves Griffon 250 1969. Sold new through Burrows and Stacker in Malvern Vic. Purchased by me from second owner 1972. Never raced by me, but had it registered for off-road during the 1970's. From memory it has been over bored .060" using a

  • Transmission: Manual
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One fine summer evening, Bert Greaves was mowing a lawn in Worcestershire, England. His work was overseen by a cousin, Derry Preston-Cobb, who was paralyzed from birth and sat in a wheelchair. At one point, Preston-Cobb suggested adapting the lawnmower's engine to a wheelchair. Greaves got down to business and rather quickly removed the motor from the mower and set it on the chair. This design cannot be called too complicated, but very soon it formed the basis of the "Invakar" company, which began to supply the government with three-wheeled vehicles for disabled people. The company moved to Worcester and eventually settled in Thundersley, Essex. Bert Greaves began to think about creating a motorcycle. The prototype with the Villiers engine came out of the Invakar gate; Greaves's name was stamped on his gas tank. Frank Biford, workshop foreman at Invacar, regularly drove this experimental car to local competitions. In 1953, the official birth of the Greaves motorcycle took place, significantly different from the prototype created several years earlier.