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One of the most controversial speedway riders of the seventies was Australian born Garry David Middleton. A rider of undoubted talent, Garry hit the speedway scene in England in 1967 in a blaze of self promoted publicity, this impact was to continue through the next decade, barely a week would go by without some mention of the Adelaide rider in the speedway or national press.

The Garry Middleton story was written with the co-operation and approval of Garrys eldest sister and approved by family members.110 pages A4 Thermal bound.

Please contact Tony direct on - binbooks@iinet.net.au - he will be happy to advise you of the cost of the book and postage and arrange its dispatch to you.

Garry Middleton Story

By Tony Webb

Published in 2008

Available direct from Binbooks - E-mail click here

110 pages - Thermal bound

 

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