A beautiful BSA prepared as a desert racer.
Another bike goes missing!
Many hands make bike work?
Just forty bikes made it .
Our photographer Keith having a chat to Andy about his prize winning Scott
A very nice sounding Matchless
Newhaven 2015, members and visitors alike braved damp, drizzerly dull and cool weather to attend this years event
Two stroke owner Bob’s corner shop doing well with a fair display of items for sale
Part of the Japanese and Two Stroke Owners section (J.2.S.O.} of the S.B.M.O.C. turned up despite the damp conditions to show off their well restored Leader
Even with the wet dirty roads this very nice BSA still looked very clean.
Proper bikes, another two more from Japanese and Two Stroke Owners section of our club, they caused a few discussions and comments.
The Butchers Bike, complete with pig slicers
Smile for the camera, ok ok you can have another chocolate
A bad hair day for those who have any.
It may have been dull but the award lads were smiling!
L to R Tony Woodhams, Stephen Jones, Geoff King, Mark Grainger, Mike Tweed
Clive caught on camera mid interview extoling the virtues of the J.2.S.O. section.
Another dinky little Corgi from the 2 stroke section thanks to Bob
Classic lines and a classic bike, mmmm
Mic’s response was a wide smile when he found he was to be paid in chocolate for his video interview.
Fine display of Brit iron
Another Ariel, must get a good reception with two at the show
If the owner of this gleaming BSA runs out of bike to polish I have one or two that could do with a bit of attention.
Tritons shone despite the weather