Roger joined the Kings Norton Motorcycle Club in the early 60’s. around 1964 I think. I first met him outside the Hazlewell Pub in Kings Norton one Friday night in early 1965 hoping to join the same club.
This is my go-to machine when I visit The National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham. It’s as if I’m paying homage to the brilliant absurdity of British quirkiness. Not only beautiful in design but a true success mechanically.
We are proud to be involved with such a worthy cause and supporting them with fund raising and creating awareness for what they are trying to achieve. Bikers Impact is a Not For Profit, Community Interest Company dedicated to helping biker’s with mental health issues.
It was great to get back to some normality after the lockdown restrictions we’ve been subjected to over the last eighteen months; that said I also understand the need to curtail large events for public safety
We met James from Bullet Polish at the Staffordshire Classic Bike Show and were interested in his story. He said that after spending 30yrs cleaning and polishing Fire Engines, he was on the look out for a simpler and better solution than good old elbow grease.