A CCM Motorcycle Manual PDF above the page - Grand Prix Replica.
Alan Clews founded CCM in 1971 in England. The company became famous for off-road motorcycles with BSA engines.
For many years, the manufacturer used various engines, installing them in their chassis. The company has a long history of manufacturing champion motorcycles.
In the 1980s, they even produced motorcycles for the British army.
CCM Spitfire Six is a typical representative of modern classics. It is exceptionally light. It is equipped with a 600 cc single-cylinder engine and a six-speed gearbox.
Clews Competition Motorcycles was not as well known as major players in the motor market (such as Ducati, Triumph, KTM, Honda), as it produces small-scale motorcycles, but the situation improved slightly when famous people started buying CCM equipment.
They started talking about the brand outside the UK.