Fay Taylour: Queen of Speedway (Hardback)
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Fay Taylour: Queen of Speedway (Hardback)

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Hardback 217 Pages / Published: 01/01/2006
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Fay Taylour was the most successful woman speedway rider ever. Her short but meteoric career spanned just a few years in the late 1920s until women were banned from the Speedway in 1930. In these few years, Fay made a name for herself first in Trials riding, in which she won several Gold Medals, and then in Speedway, one of the toughest of all sports on a motorcycle. Fay competed against, and beat, most of the well known male speedway riders in the UK, Australia and New Zealand and became something of a legend - the Queen of Speedway! This book is a biography of Fay and especially her motorcycle years in trials and speedway. It is a fascinating account of a truly remarkable woman and the early years of speedway in England, Australia and New Zealand.

Publisher: Panther Publishing Ltd
ISBN: 9780954791247
Number of pages: 217
Dimensions: 230 x 155 x 19 mm

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