(2) Clive and Don Leeson’s Suzuki’s, a T20 and a TC250 (3) Furthest travels award shows a photo of a 350 Yamaha which had covered 315 miles from Edinburgh – members name not given and (4) “Mr Bridgestone” on a 90cc model.Inside the front cover, 2 photos with a ‘Who is it’ caption. On page 14 of this issue is a front cover photo of the October 1970 edition of the American magazine “Cycle” which features an article on the full CB750 race kit.
Please note these are pdf downloads and NOT the printed copy. The scan is only as good as the original print run. Any download problems email Brent Westbrook [email protected] page titled “Torakusu News” – no, I didn’t know what it was either but at the bottom of the article on Yamaha’s by ‘J.
Front and rear cover photos from the Brandon (Suffolk) Show, Dave Jupp with Honda S65 on the front and Thomas Wahle & friends (from Germany) with his Suzuki GT750 plus Chris Holiday’s Suzuki T250 on the rear.
Front and rear cover photos of a rider on what looks like a Honda CB350 based road racing bike, the picture forms the basis for the Christmas quiz in which readers are invited to name the rider.
Members are - Keith Newton: Honda CB92, John Steele: Yamaha YDS6, Don Leeson: Suzuki T500, Dennis Lodge: Bridgestone GTR and Doug Perkins: Kawasaki H1A.2 pages of member’s bikes from the 1984 AGM at Stanford Hall.
John Steele’s YDS6, A line up of 4 Kawasaki two strokes, 3 CB750’s of Eric Warburton, Keith Newton and Paul Dittman and also a photo of a Honda CB125, owner unknown1 page of 2 photos from Stafford.
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Front and rear cover line drawings of a very little known Japanese manufacturer called Rikuo who produced a motorcycle made under license from Harley Davidson which predictably looked identical to the 750 side valve models.