Vintage and veteran

IN A LITTLE less than a calendar month, the Vintage Motor Cycle Club hosted both the ‘largest gathering of veteran and vintage machines in the world’ and their increasingly popular ‘training day’.

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At Banbury, Dennis did not hang around on his 1929 348cc Velocette KTT, once owned by the marque’s boss, Bertie Goodman

Many riders may harbour a desire to ride a vintage or even a veteran motorcycle for the first time, and the club provides the perfect opportunity to do so in safety.

For a great deal less than the price of a pre-Second World War machine (£45 for VMCC members and £60 for non-members) you can ride some of these idiosyncratic machines courtesy of the club and their owners.

Read more in August’s edition of CBG

WORDS & PHOTOS BY Richard Jones:

 

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