Welcome to the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle
Welcome to the VJMC, the UK’s premier club for Japanese bikes fifteen years old and
over. The club was founded in 1982 by a small group of like minded enthusiasts.. Read More
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The rise of Japanese motorcycles.
See a selection of our members bikes. From tiddlers to the superbikes from
the last few decades.
From Section run events to the major shows. All the details here.
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** VJMC is NOT attending British
Superbikes at the Easter Weekend
issue has a decidedly track based feel to it with two articles
on Yamaha's early race bike, a tale about riding a Suzuki TS125 the
Belgian GP and a substantial overview of Suzuki's phenomenally successful
TR250. Away from the track we have the start of a Honda CX500
metamorphosis courtesy of a CRK kit, shed stalwart Woff shows us how
to repair alloy and tiddler fan John Dalton takes drill and hacksaw to a
Honda CB92 Benly.
We start a new, occasional series, The Bike Trade, where those that have worked
in the industry give us an insight into how bike shops used to function before
H&S took over. Elsewhere and back on the race track there's a Yamaha
RD250 rescued from a skip that still competes and wins, a report on the Bristol
show and, of course, bikes and parts for sale plus members looking for that
missing doofer or widget. To wrap up the April issue Dave Jupp is back
with his ever popular Impressions series where, this time, he runs his eye
over a Honda CB450 aka The Black Bomber. With all this and numerous
listings of VJMC related events it's another packed issue all
about Japanese classics.Thanks,
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