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Ccm Motorcycles

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Founded: 1971
Age: 49 years
Country: England
Website: www.ccm-motorcycles.com
Total series: 21
Active series: 1
Discontinued series: 20
The CCM Motorcycle Company is one of Britain's most esteemed motorcycle manufacturers. The company is noted for its award winning motorbike designs and unique technological embellishments. The company has been victorious in races since 1973 and is continuing to make its mark in the world of motorcycles. The bikes manufactured in the CCM manufacturing house are the result of continuous research and development and offer the motorcyclist the comfort and functionality of innovative and effective bike designs. The CCM race bikes equip the rider with maximum control over the bike and give excellent performance.

Active series

Series
Produced
Variations
2018 - 2020
16

Discontinued series

Series
Produced
Variations
2007 - 2010
7
2008 - 2010
5
2000 - 2003
6
2003 - 2007
4
2007 - 2013
21
2007 - 2010
4
2008 - 2010
3
2007 - 2010
5
2014 - 2017
6
2009 - 2012
8
2003 - 2007
2
2007 - 2013
6
2008 - 2009
2
2008 - 2012
4
2008 - 2013
6
2012 - 2013
2
2007 - 2013
6
2008 - 2010
3
2008 - 2010
3
2012 - 2013
4

Company timeline

1971
  • BSA Competition Department is disbanded
  • CCM is founded by Alan Clews after buying available parts from BSA
1973
  • 1st British Side-Car trials championship, Jack Matthews
1975
  • 1st 750 cc A.M.C.A. championship, Mick Eatough
  • 1st A.M.C.A. superclass championship, Cliff Barton
1976
  • 1st British Moto-Cross support championship, Dave Nicol
  • Eddie Kidds jumps over 13 double decker buses.
1998
  • Majority share in company is sold to Peter Swift + Co
2003
  • Lara Croft rides a CCM 644 in Tomb Raider
2004
  • Company ceases operations due to debts incurred by management
  • Alan Clews buys back company from liquidators BDO
2010
  • First ACU British Indoor Motocross Championship, Tom Church