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Andrew Bednall’s Yamaha RD350lc

Hope you like my 350LC, which I have owned and ridden for 23 years. It’s got an interesting history. The last owner was a bike racer named Thomas Drury, who raced for Yamaha in the 1982 350 British Grand Prix.

He was given the bike as a present from Mitsui Yamaha on December 1, 1981 as a thank you for competing in the Pro Am series. Apparently he was a friend of the late, great Barry Sheene. I would love to know if Niall

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