1939 Velocette 350cc Ktt Mk VIII Motorcycle Mug
The Velocette KTT is a racing British motorcycle made by Velocette.
Once upon a time Percy and Eugene Goodman, the sons of the owner of Velocette, built an over head cam racing bike. They put Alec Bennett, an established racer, on it and went to the Isle of Man. They won the 1926 Tourist Trophy The motorcycle they'd built was the bevel drive, OHC, KTT. K for camshaft, TT for Tourist Trophy. The 1939 Velocette KTT Mark 8 was the first iteration with a rear swing arm, but also the last version as production would end in 1949.