AJS was the name used for cars and motorcycles made by the Wolverhampton, England, company A. J. Stevens & Co. Ltd, from 1909 to 1931, by then holding 117 motorcycle world records, and after the firm was sold the name continued to be used by Matchless, Associated Motorcycles and Norton-Villiers on four-stroke motorcycles till 1969, and since the names resale in 1974, on light weight, two stroke scramblers and today on small capacity roadsters and cruisers.
AJS Model E2
Engine - 4stroke v-twin sv
Gears - 3 (hand)
Capacity - 800cc
Starting - Kick
Top Speed - 50mph
AJS 500cc (1954)
Classic silver and black AJS motorcycle seen at an old-timer show in Luik, Belgium.
Classic motorbike AJS Sportstwin at Havenstreet 24th July 2010
Ed.: Isle of Wight?
Photo of a well maintained AJS motorobike, spotted at the Great Whelnetham Classic Tractor and Car S...
Another black AJS motorbike seen at the Great Whelnetham Classic Tractor and Car Show. UK registrati...
Classic AJS in Suffolk
Shiny classic AJS motorbike participating in the Great Whelnetham Classic Tractor and Car Show, Suff...
AJS at a classic show
Another black AJS motorbike seen at Great Whelnetham Classic Tractor and Car Show, Suffolk.
1958 AJS 7R
14/6/2011. National Motor Museum - Beaulieu.
1958 AJS 7R
1 cyl - 349cc - 39hp@7800rpm - 110mph...