|Monet & Goyon Automouche tricycle powered by a Villiers|
|A 'Lady'. The Lady brand hailed from Antwerp,|
Belgium and were in production from 1924 to 1940.
|Neracar motoring past.|
|Detail from a very unusual Motobecane bicycle of 1937. One|
of a pair of prototypes exhibited. This ladies model sports a
very compact 'micro drive' chain and sprockets plus front
|And the front mech on the Motobecane. Very sleek. The lever|
for the chainset gears is under the saddle.
|And the road bike prototype is in the background. The|
Motobecane road prototype has the same suspension
type as the ladies model but with rear suspension as well.
The gearing however is conventional.
|Close up on the Motobecane front suspension.|
|Fun BMW R100R combo in the bike park.|
The chair is taken from a fairground ride.
|Race category bikes waiting for the off.|
|Bugatti under power just through the chicane.|
|The AJS R10 outfit was beautifully turned out.|
|One of the British GN contingent.|
|Brough Superior SS100 on the chicane.|
|GN waiting for the off.|
|That AJS R10 under steam.|
|Cotton JAP Brooklands bike from the Brooklands Museum.|
|Morgan with mag covered against the rain.|
|The cyclecar start grid.|
|Last minute adjustments to a GN.|
|The Brooklands Cotton again.|
|And a cammy Norton coming in.|