When it comes to friendship and comradeship within the club, we would stand comparison with many others.
On the assumption that you did in fact have a look around our stand, you would have noticed that we had a good selection of the FBs covering the whole of the period of manufacture from the 1923 Model 3 to the late Cruisers, including a one-off 250cc Cruiser fitted with a Villiers 2H engine unit, installed in place of the 225cc Villiers 1H unit, fitted by the factory.
Looking through the For Sale section of TCM, there are a number of FBs for sale at less than £2K, which can be purchased by anyone wishing to join the classic motorcycle owning ranks, without taking out a second mortgage…
Although I currently help to run the FBOC, in the 1970s I raced a BSA A65 powered sidecar outfit in a number of TTs, your Beesa Barrow Boys article in the April issue bought back some good memories.
During one evening practice, we made it on to the MCN top-10 speed-trap times past The Highlander. We were in 10th place at 106mph. but the top runner of a König clocked at 142mph. No wonder we were only there for the ride, but I would not have missed it for the world.
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