Speedway bikes are very unique machines, built in low volumes by small, specialist engineering companies. The names of these manufacturers are well known within the confines of the sport, but often go unnoticed by the wider biking fraternity. Over the years, many of these companies have come and gone, indeed out of the list above, only GM and JRM (formally Jawa) survive.

Keen followers of the sport will instantly recognise these iconic logos from oily crankcase castings, the stickers on fibreglass mudguards and sewn on patches on leathers.

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