Ron Storey was a British racing motorcyclist who became famous for his achievements riding Brough Superior motorcycles. He was an excellent rider with a feel for the machinery. He was born in 1900 in Nottingham, England, and began his motorcycle racing career in the early 1930s.
Storey was one of the top riders of his time, and he won many races throughout his career, including the famous Isle of Man TT. He also set several speed records on Brough Superior motorcycles, which were known for their high performance and quality.
During World War II, Storey served in the Royal Air Force, where he worked as a pilot and a mechanic. After the war, he returned to motorcycle racing and continued to be a top competitor for many years.
In addition to his racing career, Storey was also a skilled engineer and mechanic. He worked for Brough Superior and helped to develop and improve their motorcycles.
Storey retired from motorcycle racing in the early 1950s but remained active in the motorcycle community. He passed away in 1965, but his legacy as a talented racer and engineer has continued to inspire generations of motorcycle enthusiasts.