Bryan "Badger" Goss
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Bryan "Badger" Goss was a successful motocross (Scrambling) rider in the 1960s and 70s. He won the Trophée des Nations (now Motocross des Nations) in 1966 and went on to win the British Championship in 1970 as well as various other major motocross victories.
In 1963 he started his own company, Bryan Goss Ltd, selling motocross bikes and accessories. Bryan carried on racing but business commitments took over while importing Maico motorcycles, resulting in sales in excess of 1000 machines a year. The business continues in Yeovil, Somerset, with Bryan's son at the helm and with his young grandchildren beginning to compete in motocross competitions.
- About us, Bryan Goss Ltd, retrieved 2010-03-17
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