More snaps from the Graham Walker. Excuse the lack of more precise bike details in some cases - I forgot to take a programme home with me...
|1939 Scott Clubmans Special recently put back|
together and on the road from being a box of
bits for the last 50 years.
|Plunger rear suspension on the Scott Clubmans Special.|
|Typical French style on a Stylson.|
|Detail on the Stylson with Blackburne engine.|
Neat pressed steel valve and pushrod cover.
Visit this site for more info on Stylsons (in French).
|Zenith 680 carrying the 'Barred' trademark on its oil tank. The|
trademark was earned after the early Gradua models were
excluded from many competitions due to their dominance over
single speed machines.
|This Martynside was a personal favourite at the run.|
|Inlet over exhaust engine of the Martynside.|
|A remarkably feeble looking front anchor on|
|And for good measure one more view of the|
|Always love a vintage Norton.|
|It seemed to be the year of the New Imperial. There were|
several there including a couple of very desirable v-twins.
What struck me about the twins was that they both had
rather unusual exhausts - both were quirky designs but
in different ways.
|Here's the full view of that particular New Imp.|
|And here's the other one. Very similar....|
|But this one's cast aluminium silencer box wraps around the|
|Another New Imperial, this one beautifully unrestored.|
|A fine patina.|
|The Pivot from slightly further afar.|
|1902 Clement Garrard. Ridden to the event from the Isle of|
Wight. Well done sir!
|Clement Garrard close up.|
|And the motor of the Clement Garrard.|
|Rider in period gear too!|
|Typical unusual rear wheel spoke pattern|
of an early Rudge.
|Here's the 'multi' bit of the Rudge.|
|And the lever that makes it all happen.|
|Detail of a two stroke Ivy.|
|And a full view of the Ivy.|