Entry number 053 – Entered by Derek
Entry number 052 – Entered by David Kelly
Entry number 045 – Entered by John
This is an ex Royal Signals display team bike.
The bike has gone back home to North Yorks!
The buyer brought his grandad to view the bike, who rode with the display team and was responsible for selling off the bikes originally. He sold the bikes for the Army £100 each.
Entry number 044 – Entered by John
Owned by 3 Berks TOMCC members, John Roberts (current) Steve Butcher and Robin Bilson Watson.
Entry number 043 – Entered by Greg
This Thruxton Bonneville is the very first one of the 52 that Triumph built in 1965 . So can be considered to be the first Triumph named Thruxton model. This bike is owned by my brother Richard. And I had the pleasure of restoring it for him . I was lucky enough to take the bike to the Manx with Digger and reunite it with Ray Knight, the TT winner of the 1968 500 class, won on a Daytona. Ray did two laps around the Jurby circuit. Truly a very rare and very special Triumph.
Entry number 041 – Entered by Malcolm
Entry number 040 – Entered by Bill
Most of this bike was acquired by my Dad in the 1960’s and had been used for scrambling so was in rather a sorry state. Over the years I managed to find all the parts to put it back into road trim and completed the restoration some 10 years ago. It is a lovely bike to ride with quite good performance and decent brakes for an old-un! Has done great service on VMCC runs over the years.
Entry number 039 – Entered by Paul
Owned this bike for 10 years and single handedly Kept the polish industry going
Entry number 038 – Entered by Paul
Paul’s Triumph T120tt – 1967
Entry number 034 – Entered by Paul
Original unrestored UK MOD bike still with matching numbers