National Veteran Rally - Tasmania 10-15 March 2019

We’re off to Tasmania on a compulsory work trip doing some Market and Product Research. We have to take our oldest bikes and participate in some marketing activities while we are there. This also means shutting down the workshop for a couple of weeks so there may be some delays with orders arriving after mid February. (Pictures from the 2017 National Veteran Rally - Nuriootpa SA.)

Bendigo Swapmeet 2018

Our busiest swap-meet ever, hundreds of enquiries and a fistful of orders taken for new mudguards and fenders. There was a good scattering of vintage and veteran projects and even complete bikes and cars on offer. We’ll be back in 2019, same building (BEC) maybe a different spot. Thanks go to Franc Trento @ Eurobrit Motorbikes in Melbourne for his generous logistic support.

Easter 2019 - Donnybrook - 19-22 April

Put Easter 2019 in your calendar to visit Donnybrook, WA.  The annual Apple Festival in Donnybrook is getting bigger and is now going to include a Century of Motorcycling (1900-2000) display.  Bring along your oldest bike for display and the reduced entry fee includes full access to the Apple Festival.  Rallys to Donnybrook from Perth and Bunbury are being planned for Easter Friday.  Group accommodation and camping arrangements are being made for the Fri, Sat, Sun nights.  Live entertainment and fireworks on Saturday night, Beer, wine and heritage tours on Sunday.  Prizes for Peoples Choice awards for each decade of motorcycles. Get in early if you want to use the Donnybrook Motel

100 Years of Motorcycles Donnybrook Festival 2019 DRAFT.JPG

Harley Pup Fenders at last !!!

Finally we have our new rollers sorted for the Harley Pup fenders.  the flat sided 1926-on front and rear, and the flared 1928-on rear fenders are now in production and will soon be available.

Australian National Veteran Rally

Wow, what a great week of touring the Barossa Valley on century old bikes. Over 140 riders with over 200 bikes made the trek to South Australia in September.  We just got back from the 6000km round trip to be a part of this major rally. Andrew took his 1910 Norton and 1913 Yale,  I had my 1910 Triumph and 1918 Reading Standard. Even if you didn't get to ride, the bikes, the atmosphere and camaraderie is worth the trip.