Ray. Thanks for the excellent photo's mate and thanks to all who attended the open day rally it was a great weekend and as this was my last one, organising that is, its good to go out on a high, I think this must be the best venue out, with the real ales and good food, fantastic facilities, what more can you ask for? I hope you all enjoyed the ride out to Melton Mobray, with the pork pie and Stilton cheese sampled. I have pre-booked the same venue for next year and for the same bank holiday weekend, so you can all put it in your diary.
Ray, thanks for posting! Some really beautiful bikes there.
About the Rocket Three.... Were BSA Rocket Threes built on the Seely frames strictly custom, or from the factory? Was going back thru some pix a couple days ago and came across a pic or two of the Seely framed Rocket Three that a Norwegian club member had at the Rally in Valldal. I any case, that one you pictured is a darn nice bike.
Looks like a great weekend!
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Hmmmm! That twin carb A10 is a scorcher. That Vtwin conversion is not a bad looker either. Wonder how it goes? We have some folks in our vintage group who go both ways. .!!!? Ahh ... That is ... One chap re-engined a norton with an xs650 motor and another put an A65 motor in a Suzuki 500. Oddly enough both are pretty good lookin'. ... The bikes not the guys! Thanks for posting the walk-about. Don
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