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Anyone have a 1930's or 1940's bike tucked away in their shed :rolleyes:.

http://www.kophillclimb.org.uk/#

I would love to enter this just for the sense of occasion but my KTM is not allowed :rolleyes::D:D. Not timed so all the bikes will be pottering up the hill with due care and attention .:thumbright:

If you know of anyone with an eligible machine who would allow me to run it at this event pm me :thumbup:
 

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Sounds like a blast Stan, hope you're lucky in locating a bike! :thumbup::D
 

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Happy Bunny!
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Woohooo thanks for the link mate



Guess who is going on his 1958 outfit...... :D

Hiya Big fella :thumbup:.

I thought it was "Pre-war " (1940):confused:, have you entered then , you lucky dog :D:D.

Still asking around, there is plenty of time yet tho. Hold thumbs Eh!:thumbup:.
 

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Hiya Big fella :thumbup:.

I thought it was "Pre-war " (1940):confused:, have you entered then , you lucky dog :D:D.

Still asking around, there is plenty of time yet tho. Hold thumbs Eh!:thumbup:.
They do have a section for "classics" mate so

The 'Commemorative Run' will be divided into classes for different types of vehicle.
  • Pre-war Motorcycles
  • Classic Motorcycles (1940 to 1973)
  • Veteran Motorcars (up to 1918)
  • Vintage and Post Vintage Motorcars (1918 to 1939)
  • Classic Motorcars (1940 to 1973)
Then again after I had it in my hands it does look "pre and post" war :rolleyes:
 

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Happy Bunny!
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Nice one Mavrick :thumbright:.

That makes it a whole lot easier, theres a bloke i know who has 50's and 60's bikes...:rolleyes:......time to pay a visit ..methinks.:D:D.
 

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