Have you ever wondered what it would be like to ride a Brough, a ‘cammy’ Velocette, a two-speed Scott or a ‘Class One’ veteran?
Who said that old bikes weren’t fun to ride?
The club’s ‘Reed Scott’ is mastered by an enthusiastic rider.
Well, your dreams can come true when you enrol on a Vintage Motor Cycle Club training day.
Twice a year, the VMCC organises training days on which enthusiasts can experience the challenge of riding early machinery with hand gear-change, lever throttles and other interesting features that our great grandfathers would have been familiar with.
Read more in July’s edition of OBM