Description Assen International Motorcycle TT Racing - A vintage style racing poster from 1938 depicting a motorcycle going hell for leather. The original Assen track was first used for the 1925 Dutch TT (Tourist Trophy) race, held on country roads through the villages of Borger, Schoonloo and Grolloo, and organized by the Motorclub Assen en Omstreken. The brick-paved track had a length of 17.75 miles. The winner was Piet van Wijngaarden on a 500 cc Norton with an average speed of 56.8 mph. In years afterwards the Dutch TT was held on a road circuit through De Haar, Barteldbocht, Oude Tol, Hooghalen, Laaghalen and Laaghalerveen.
Mark Rogan, London Member Since October 2013 Artist Statement I've been a professional photographer for many years and am very fortunate to be able to photograph some stunning classic motorcycles and cars.
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