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The name AJS was originally used by A.J Stevens & Co in 1909, and before the company went bankrupt in 1931, AJS motorcycles won a variety of races, including at the Isle of Man TT, dominating races such as the 1914 Junior with first, second, third, fourth and sixth place. When racing resumed after the First World War, AJS were again successful with a Junior win for Cyril Williams in 1920, and the first four places in the 1921 Isle of Man TT.
In 1931 the motorcycle side of AJS was bought by Matchless, with both names becoming part of the Associated Motorcycles group in 1938. In 1966 Associated Motorcycles and AJS then ended up with Norton-Villiers until financial trouble in 1974, when the name was purchased by engineer Fluff Brown, who had worked on the AJS projects, particularly scramblers.
The modern AJS Motorcycles Ltd is headed by Nick Brown, the eldest son of Fluff Brown, and distributes a range of 124cc to 300cc Chinese-produced road bikes. The range includes customs, off-road influenced supermotos and scooters which appeal to learner riders.