Clews Competition Machines (CCM) is a British motorcycle manufacturer based in Bolton, England. CCM was founded in 1971 by Alan Clews and gained notability for producing specialised BSA powered motocross machines. The company has produced a variety of motorcycle models over its history using a variety engine suppliers including; Rotax, Suzuki and Kymco.
CCM Motorcycles is a British motorcycle manufacturer based in England. Creating the most unique, hand-crafted bikes in the industry, including the Spitfire.
Jun 24, 2021 · CCM stands for Clews Competition Machines, as founded by offroad racing hero Alan Clews. Clews tore up the scrambles and trials circuits in the 1960s, and also starred in the early motocross scene. In 1971, he went into business developing the type of motorcycles needed to win those races. See him below, in this vintage clip uploaded to YouTube:
Oct 25, 2018 · Clews Competition Machines, commonly abbreviated to CCM, was founded almost by accident by talented amateur racer Alan Clews in 1970. BSA refused to sell him one of their factory racing machines and so he set out to build his own – the motorcycle he created proved so popular he could hardly keep up with demand to build customer bikes.
Jun 3, 2021 · The New CCM Maverick – The Classic British Scrambler Reimagined. This is the new CCM Maverick, it’s the latest release in the Spitfire model line from Clews Competition Motorcycles (CCM) in the United Kingdom. With the design of the Maverick the team at CCM have taken classic British scrambler styling cues and created a modern dual sport motorcycle with an affordable MSRP of £9,995.
CCM Motorcycles | Joe Maxwell Engineering With kind permission from Mr Alan Clews, the creator of the CCM Motorcycle, we have reproduced the 1974 model. CCM (Clews Competition Motorcycle) is a classic motorcycle conceived by Alan Clews in 1970s. These bikes are being successfully ridden by Scott Maxwell and ex-CCM factory rider, Mike Barnes.
CCM Motorcycles by Clews. CCM motorcycles were produced from 1971 to 1980, and then from 1987. The initials come from Clews Competition Machines, a firm founded by Alan Clews, of Bolton, Lancashire, and first called Clewstrokes. 1971 Following on from his success in scrambles, Clews bought a consignment of parts from the BSA competition shop when