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Brittown a British Motorcycle documentary
Spider Motorcycle Cartoons
BritBike CD - Manuals
BritBike T-shirts
BritBike Hats

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BritBike Events 2008
The Three State Mountain Ride
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Blowing Rock Inn in beautiful downtown Blowing Rock, NC.
Vintage motorcycle Days (our 8th year)
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BritBikeNews #78
For British motorcycle enthusiasts only
June 2008
Hi Morgan, Brittown

Being without a running BritBike for to long  
brings abstinence that's for sure. The cure - fix it or buy another - so now I enjoy my new Bonneville. However my BSA Gold Star streettracker project must turn into to a runner for 2009 season.
Being without your BritBike Newsletter for to long can be tuff too so here it is. It's dedicated to the probably coolest documentary ever made...;o) 
As always send BritBike related tips and info to me.

Morgan Johansson
 Brittown a British documentaryBRITTOWN a British documentary
First, second, third... well after viewing BRITTOWN more times than considered "normal" I still keep on grinning. This documentary is made by real enthusiasts and is about a bunch of cool guys with BritBikes living their lifes wrenching, riding, drinking beer & enjoying great music. When you buy your Brittown DVD you'll also get a 85 minutes with tips how to restore & tune a Triumph Bonneville!
~ Morgan @ BritBike
BRITTOWN features legendary underground mechanic and BritBike connoisseur "Meatball" from the Hell On Wheels bike shop in Anaheim, CA as he eats, drinks, and sleeps British iron; using all his skill to transform an old 650 Triumph Bonneville motor into a barely-legal road racer.

Embracing the legacy of Steve McQueen, Meatball runs his old BSA in vintage motocross races, flies down the Willow Springs raceway on his Norstar, and conquers the So Cal freeways with the No Gooders motorcycle club while still finding time for his family and his rock band Smiling Face Down.
Agenda of the One World Tour 2008
18 June, Kick-off Party and screening in Amsterdam, Netherlands
19-20 June, Hamburg Harley Days, Germany
23 June, Stockholm, Sweden
25 June, Helsinki, Finland
26 June, Munich, Germany
28-29 June, Newchurch, Austria - Tridays
30 June, Speyer, Germany
3 July, Barcelona, Spain - Bread & Butter
8 July  Paris, France
12-13 July, Venice, Italy
16 -19 July, London, UK - Tour finale at the world famous Ace Café!

Additional Stateside screenings include:
14 June, Chicago, IL - Mods vs. Rockers
25-27 July, Lexington, OH - AMA Vintage Days
2-3 Aug,  Hammondsport, NY - Glenn Curtiss Museum
6 Aug, NYC, NY - Anthology Film Archives    

A documentary film by Scott Di Lalla & Zack Coffman
BritBike present Spider cartoons
  CD - Manuals
British Motorcycle CD-Manuals
Manuals, Spare lists, Instruction books, Service sheets & lots more
Hundreds of Books scanned into PDF format.
All books are printable if you need a close up to bring to your shop unless you take your laptop with you.
The CD's are for:
BSA, Norton, Triumph, AJS & Matchless and Lucas AMAL Girling & Smith.
Price: $69.00 each or $299.00 for all five.
 BritBike Regalia Regalia, T-shirts, decals etc
Original "BritBike T-shirts"
Probably the coolest t-shirt in the world!
 A must for all'ers 

BritBike Regalia Knitted Hats
Original Knitted Hats
Probably the coolest hats in the world!
Comes in following variations:
  • Black color short beanie
  • Black color long beanie
  • Navy color short beanie
  • Navy color long beaniePrice

Price: US$12.00 plus shipping

 A must for'ers
Order your BritBike Hats here

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