Here’s the new AJR TSS 350 MK2

Nigel Devereux
November 6, 2019

It’s a bit of art wrapped up as a replica

Fifty years ago, in 1969, Bultaco presented the TSS 350 Model 29, a simple road-racing bike by design, which was well-received due to its light weight and fantastic stability.

This TSS was a larger evolution of the famous Bultaco TSS 125 and 250 that were economical and effective weapons in national championships all over the world in the 1960s and 1970s.

They also provided the springboard to compete in the world championship for international pilots like Dan Shorey, Tommy Robb, Barry Sheene, Luigi Taveri, Eugenio Lazzarini, Jean-Pierre Beltoise, Jack Findlay, Kevin Cass and Barry Smith, to name a few, but in the hands of Ginger Malloy the 350 obtained its best results.

The formula for Bultaco was always the same: mechanical simplicity and great performance.

However, with the arrival of the Japanese production road-racing bikes in the early 1970s, Bultaco disappeared from the starting grid.

Read more in the November/December 2019 issue of CR – on sale now!

About the Author

Nigel Devereux

Nigel Devereux is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Lincoln, working in the School of English and Journalism. He has worked within the print publishing industry for 38 years. Nigel was editor of his hometown newspaper - The Horncastle News - from 1998-2001. Nigel is currently the Production Editor on The Railway Magazine, the UK’s biggest selling magazine for railway enthusiasts. He is also responsible for maintaining and updating several websites across the Mortons portfolio. 01507 529529 |

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