Rem Fowler

Rem Fowler

Harry Rembrandt "Rem" Fowler (1883 - 1963 in Birmingham, UK) was a British motorcycle racer famous for winning the twin-cylinder class of the 1907 Isle of Man TT Race .

A toolmaker by trade, H. Rem Fowler competed as a trials rider between 1903 and 1923 riding Ariel, New Hudson, and Rex motor-cycles and competed at the first Isle of Man TT race riding a 5hp Peugeot-engined Norton motorcycle. During the First World War, Rem Fowler was involved in the calibration of gun-sites and during World War II worked in tool-making in the aero-engine industry. After the war, a frequent visitor to the Isle of Man TT Races and was presented with a Gold Medal along with former TT Race winner Jack Marshall at the 1957 Golden Jubilee TT Races.

Racing career

Twin Cylinder Race

Tuesday 28 May 1907 - 10 laps (158.00 miles) St.Johns - Short Course.

Rank No Rider Team Speed Time
1

22

Rem Fowler

5 hp Norton

38.21 mph

4:21.52.8
2

21

W.H. 'Billy' Wells

5 hp Vindec

32.30

4:53.44.5
3

26

W.M.Heaton

5 hp Rex

30.50

4:27.49.4

TT career summary

Finishing Position 1st 16th 19th DNF
Number of times 1 2 1 2

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