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Newsletters and Tanshas available to purchase at £10 per year and £75 per decade.Please note these are pdf downloads and NOT the printed copy. The scan is only as good as the original print run. Any download problems email Brent Westbrook [email protected] page titled “Torakusu News” – no, I didn’t know what it was either but at the bottom of the article on Yamaha’s by ‘J.
Front and rear cover photos of a rider on what looks like a Honda CB350 based road racing bike, the picture forms the basis for the Christmas quiz in which readers are invited to name the rider.Peter passed away in 20164 pages ‘The 1990 AGM Report’ from Colin Gibson including 2 pages of members bikes at the event.Graham Head’s Yamaha CS5, Colin Dicken’s YDS6, Clive Leeson’s mini bike ‘racer’ and Dixie Dean’s and Clive Leeson’s Yamaha racing bikes Photos from Brands Hatch Festival, Eddie Thorpe’s Yamaha YR3 and Graham Head’s Yamaha TR3 – this is in fact a TR2 Yamaha – the engine side cover is different to the TR3, it has magneto ignition whereas the TR3’s were electronic and lastly there is a chrome trim on the side of the seat base, the TR2 had one – the TR3 didn’t.2 pages of photo’s, 1 set from the Bolton Show showing the Club stand and one of a ‘special’ CR93 which seems to have a non-standard frame / tank and seat.Sheedy’ is an explanation that Torakusu is the Christian name of the founder of Yamaha.Front and rear cover photos of members riding their machines at the Brands Hatch “Motor 100” event.(the answer was Don Leeson riding a Dixon/ Robb racing school Honda CB250)2 page photo spread of “Pics from 86” – Greg Holiday’s Honda CB450’s, Keith Newton’s original road test Honda CB750, reg No.
YLY 70H, VJMC outing to the Sammy Miller Museum, John Dalton with his Bristol and Belle Vue Best Japanese award winning CB92 and Cz100’s belonging to Graham Blunden and Dennis lodge2 page photo spread from VJMC attended shows, VJMC’s first award for Best Stand at the Shepton Mallet show, gallery view at Shepton Mallet, Dave Marsden’s latest Kawasaki triple, Don Leeson and his Suzuki T20 racer and Brands Hatch ‘Best Club Stand’ line up.
The journey was completed in 23 hours and 59 minutes (! Centre pages picture spread of members at the 1991 GM Rally (1) Mike Garnet & Pete Thorne on their Yamaha racing machines (2) Dave White and his Kawasaki (3) Doug Perkins in conversation and (4) Colin Gibson with 10 trophies Also with this Newsletter is a 12 page VJMC Members Handbook which provides information of meetings and events, the Newsletter, Club Experts, VJMC Worldwide, Spares and Service, Insurance, Club regalia and Club Officers2 pages of Yamaha News by Graham Head about a Yamaha TD1C engined sprint bike he had acquired which was originally built by Des Heckle who was one of the leading sprinters in the late 60’s / early 70’s Rear cover photo quiz – What is it?
(1) Close up picture of a two stroke engined machine and (2) another close up picture of a twin cylinder two stroke engine bike Answers are:- (1) a Yamaha YDT1 and (2) a Yamaha YAS1C, a YAS1 with high level pipes4 pages of News & Views by Graham Blunden including an item reprinted from “Bike SA” of a fully working CBX 6 cylinder engine in a BMX CYCLE frame complete with BMX wheels and brake block type brakes – with the caption of ‘anything is possible’2 pages of Suzuki News, one of text and the other with 2 photos (1) the RS67 V4 125 four cylinder Suzuki G. machine with Stuart Graham sat on it with the engine running and the other of a twin cylinder air cooled 125 G.
Graham points out that the present structure of the club with 3000 members and growing weekly it is not possible to do this immediately.
A possible cause of this increase in membership is that to qualify for a Classic Insurance discount on their machines, it is necessary to be a member of the VJMC.4 page article, The Chequered Flag by Stuart Marshall on racing success in the Isle of Man.
The top one is Tommy Robb riding a Works Suzuki 50 very probably at the T. and the second is of Sammy Miller riding an early Honda RC145 (125cc)2 page article by Colin Gibson on the CR750, the race kitted version of the early CB750’s. The conversion kit is explained in detail inside the magazine.