Wednesday, October 14, 2015

VMCC Winter Run Sherborne

A few snaps from last Sunday's Dorset Section VMCC 'Winter Run' from Sherborne. Great run, the name seems a bit pessimistic to me though, mid-October, Winter? Either way the sun was shining and it was a beautiful day for a trundle around the Dorset / Somerset borders with a break at the Haynes Museum.

BSA v-twins have featured heavily on the blog
of late. This one is especially tasty, a 750cc
ohv Y13 model.

Close up on the BSA Y13 engine.

And the other side of the Y13.

1931 Norton looking well used as it should
be, sounded right too.

Really taken by this sporting handlebar fairing
on a Royal Enfield Bullet 350.

Has anyone got a fairing like this going spare for my Norton?

Laverda 750SF.

I've never seen a Honda CT90 on the road
before. This one attracted a lot of attention.

There's a lot to like about a CT90. Would love to give one a
go myself sometime. The greatest motorcycle engine ever
made housed in off road running gear. Light, reliable and
reasonably sprightly.

Here's what makes the CT90 extra special. The low ratio

A proper cult bike. There are several websites devoted to
the CT90. Here are a couple:

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