Colin Seeley designs a frame kit for the Honda 750. Goals include less
weight, lower centre of gravity, lower seat height, improved handling,
easier servicing access.
May: the first Honda Seeley frame is constructed.
October: race marshals test ride Dixon version between races at
Brands Hatch MCN Superbike final round.
December: MCN tests 812cc Dixon tuned Honda Seeley.
Seeley shows the bike at the ´76 Earls Court bike show.
Dual seat FI Seeley introduced.
July: Seeley kits given TUV approval for sale in Germany.
Single seat cafe racer Seeley introduced.
December: West German Seeley distributor Gundolf Birke collects
first of proposed 100 frame kits he has ordered from Seeley's Old Forge
Works, Stapley Road, Belvedere, Kent.
Seeley produces brochure for K-series/F1/F2 single seat model with 5.5
gal hand beaten alloy 'supertank', glass seat, front guard and fairing.
Taper roller head bearings top and bottom, Options: 4.5 gal tank with
dual seat, Lester wheels, dual front Hunt discs, Avon Roadrunner tyres.
Price of single seat model kit with Lester wheels £1295.
January: Seeley single seat models and frame kits displayed at
Motorcycle Mechanics Racing and Sporting Show, Horticultural Halls, London.
Production ends late season.