Just over two years ago Pete set up a website for pre-unit C models, the C10, C11, C11G and the swinging arm version, the C12. . Pete then took on the task of preparing a route around the New Forest, plus carrying out numerous road-recces to check the 70 mile route along mostly white roads through the beautiful forest countryside. It's Fitted With New Chrome Rims And New Spokes , All New Paintwork , Etc. The increased capacity was gained by lengthing the bore of the A65L to 85mm. These must always be fitted in matched sets - yet even the factory shipped them mismatched, resulting in erratic operation. Club founder Pete Rudge, on the right.
Membership includes our monthly newsletter, The Piled Arms. No other reproduction, re-publication, re-transmission or other re-distribution of any part of this site in any medium is permitted except with the written consent of the copyright owner or in accordance with the provisions of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988. Peter Bowler, President and Webmaster. We have a diverse activities calendar that include something of interest for everyone. The final incarnation was the four-speed C12, built until 1958, with telescopic front forks and swinging arm rear suspension. Pete Rudge of Bournemouth had probably thought the same way.
Then help to make RealClassic. We offer for sale great club Logo-Wear. Surrounded by larger capacity bikes, I only occasionally saw another C-model at shows and rallies. Our club serves as a collection point for the resources and experience necessary to restore and keep your classic British Motorcycle on the road and in good condition. Some of our Club activities This is a typical example of our monthly magazine We hold many rallies and meetings during the year, and this is a Picture taken at one of our rallies held at the Gaydon Motor museum This illustration is derived from one of our vast collection of technical drawings available to members of the club There is a large range of items of regalia including technical manuals and high quality posters available to members as displayed above In addition to the features shown on the left the club has an active spares scheme with both new and used spares available. The Piled Arms features technical articles, ride reviews, member photos, announcements, calendar of events and information to keep you up to date with the world of British Motorcycling. At the last count there were 298 members worldwide visiting the site to chat, seek and give advice on their favourite models.
April 2, 1953 pdf 2. The overhead valve C11 arrived in 1939 and the range continued to be developed through to the late 1950s. Ideal If Your Trading Down From A Heavier Machine. Perhaps this was not a massive turn out, but this was our first get-together of complete strangers. Our events range from Street Rides, Dual Sport Rides, Rallies, Swap Meets and Bi-Monthly Meetings. We all enjoyed sharing stories and comments at the halfway stop at the flying club, Old Sarum Airfield, discussing this once-popular commuter and Jack-of-all-trades bike. This Is A Sweet Little Lightweight , Which Starts Easily And Runs Well , With Low Seat Height.
Fewer than 20 parts differ between the A65L and the A70L not including the rear sprocket which has an additional tooth on the A70L. Like what you see here? Lucas Quality Equipment Workshop Instructions. The date was set for April 27th 2008, meeting outside the Ringwood museum. It's Tax And Mot Exempt And Will Be Cheap To Insure , With Classic Insurance. It's Fitted With A Chrome Headlight Shell , However A Painted Shell , In The Correct Colour , Comes With it And A Tin Of Maroon Paint , For Touch Ups.
I then realised there were other owners of these bikes around the globe. Membership gets the Newsletter and a Club Pin Mailed to Your Home. This factory service sheet Sheet 5-70 explains how to identify component matches. All Other British Motorcycle Owners, Riders and Enthusiasts Too. Each list is about 40 pages long and may be downloaded as a. Our Membership is Open to All Enthusiasts.
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