2020 online show winners

The winners for the 2020 online Old Motorcycling Gathering show were:

  • Best Triumph – for the best Triumph motorbike goes to Greg’s 1964 Triumph Tiger Cub – click here
  • Best British – for the best British manufactured motorbike which isn’t a Triumph goes to Jim’s 1971 BSA B25SS – click here
  • Best Foreign – for the best motorbike manufactured by a company that isn’t British goes to Dave’s 1973 Honda CB750 – click here
  • Best in Show – for the best motorbike irrespective of manufacturer goes to Paul’s 1969 Royal Enfield Interceptor Mk II – click here

Congratulations to all the winners.

Thanks to everyone who entered bikes in the show.

Triumph Tiger Cub 1964

Entry number 021 – Entered by Greg

Best Triumph Winner – 2020

This Tiger Cub has been in our family for years and has been owned by both my brothers Richard and Chas. It’s a great bike and we have all enjoyed riding it . A few years ago Richard suggested that we should restore the Cub back to original specification. After a number of years and also restoring Richards Thruxton in between, the Cub is now finished. I got it running a few weeks ago and was desperate to get it to the bike shows . You rarely see many Cubs at shows . Hope you like it cheers Greg

Greg’s Triumph Tiger Cub – 1964

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BSA B25SS 1971

Entry number 005 – Entered by Jim

Best British Winner – 2020

This bike was bought locally in 2010  and the engine was supposed to have been rebuilt by a specialist, but clearly had not. With a total rebuild  and much tinkering, the bike now runs well, very light and quite lively for a 250cc. The bike came from West Midlands dealer John Brittain, better known as a works rider for Royal Enfield.

Jim’s BSA B25SS -1971