Event Reports

Branch Ride Out 23rd May 2018 to Jack’s Cafe via Huber’s Garage

 

Ready for the Off!

These are the pictures from the ride out to Jacks Café with our ride leader John Blades on the 23 May. The first picture was in the car park at Rykas, the second at Hubers Garage and the third one in the car park at Jacks Café. For the ride out we had 12 members go on the run, and it was one of those days where the weather was so good to be riding a bike down all those Surrey back lanes. Hopefully we can arrange another ride out that will be easier so that more members can come along.

Hubers Garage in Shalford, also home of G D Brown motorcycles

Jack’s famous fish and chip cafe in Bagshot

 

Anthony

Ardingley Show March 2018

    

The Ardingly show on Sunday 25th March was a spectacular event for the Surrey section. I counted 20 bikes on our stand and we may even have had more if you added in the Brooklands Motor Museum display of bikes. Mike Braid brought along a very special Manx and the Peter Williams blue factory JPN racer. We also had a visit from Mike Jackson, who was also very impressed with our display and also very impressed with the Surrey branches activities over the years. Mike was always surrounded by many of our members talking to him and asking questions.  Unfortunately we never won any awards, but who needs awards when we knew full well we were the best stand there by a country mile. We can not win it every time we attend so this time the best stand went to the AJS & MOC stand.

We also had many visitors to our stand who asked about membership of the Surrey branch. We have given out so many cards out at our past shows we shall have to now have to order some more. I keep many of them in the side pocket of my trousers so if ever I get asked such questions I can instantly give a card to any future or prospective members who wants to join the Surrey branch. .

To Simon Smith, Ken Rawlinson, Geoff Cole Chris Barraclough, Mike Petryszyn, Malcolm King, and John Blades for their extensive efforts on behalf of the branch may I say and give them all huge thanks. To any one I have missed out can I also extend my huge amount of thanks for your efforts? To Simon who with out his huge efforts we would not have a stand, and to Ken for getting Mike Braid and his very special Norton’s, and the Brooklands Motor Museum involved with our Ardingly show extravaganza. To all those that came along and brought bikes once more a huge amount of thanks for taking the time and making the effort to do this for us. Max Grooves from the Essex branch also brought along two bikes, a 1964 Atlas, and a 1953 IOM, 350 Manx.

I brought along a black Norton base ball hat with a small pin badge in it, but most unfortunately I have now mislaid it. This I wore for most of the show, so if any one who has picked it up can they be so kind as to inform me so that I can have it back please?

The Surrey branch on Sunday rocked it Totally.

Anthony Press Officer.

Capel Classic Car and Bike – August 2015

The Surrey section attended the Capel Classic Car and Bike Show on the Saturday August 15th 2015 from 12 noon to 5pm. We had a large marquee and ten members brought along their bikes for display on our stand. This year’s featured Marques were pre WW2 vehicles. The main show sponsor was Mole Valley Specialist Cars Ltd. The show is run by the Friends of St John the Baptist Church, in Mortimer Road, Capel in Surrey. Capel is off the A24 road that runs from Dorking through to Horsham, and it is very easily accessed from the other parts of Surrey, and the surrounding areas. There is this huge field behind the church where all the cars and bikes can and were displayed. There was also an additional attraction, the Capel Horticultural Show. There was also a large auto jumble as well as a sort car boot type stalls, as well as allot of craft stalls, and also many different varieties of food stalls available for the show goers to sample and enjoy.

There were some fears that the event may have been rained off due to the torrential rain that had been falling over the previous two days, but the weather Gods smiled on us all, and the sun came out to make it a spectacular day out. The gates were opened to the public from 12.00 and the public also had separate parking facilities. It is a very well run and organised show, and it is all in aid of the charity for St John the Baptist Church. For this event display vehicles have to have booked earlier and every entrant is given a show number and also a really well written and glossy programme as well as a metal plaque was handed out to all those that displayed a car or a bike. There is a web site www.capelcarshow.com should any of the members who live in Surrey or Sussex who would like to or want to attend next year’s event.

Capel car & bike show 9.8.2015 004There were club stands, and the Corvette club of the UK, had a large display of cars. There were also bike clubs stands, military vehicles, racing cars, and bikes, commercial, classic and veteran cars all on the display in the sunshine that made an excellent day out. Dave Degens also displayed many of his road and racing bikes behind the Surrey branch stand.

The Surrey sections Mike Duffel so very unfortunately had a minor stroke and he ended up in East Surrey hospital. Mike stores all our sections stands equipment so we had to make alternative arrangements. Our Geoff Cole stepped into the breach, and we all met at our chairman’s house, and then on to Mike place to collect all the stands material. So Geoff, Steve and I turned up at Mike’s house and garage, and loaded all the equipment into Geoff’s car, then onto the Capel show. The back roads following Steve to the Capel show is a really great ride, on a sunny afternoon, and the growl from my Atlas Scramblers exhausts was a joy to listen to.

 

The Capel show was packed, and as it is all for charity this makes it a much better prospect for attending visitors. Our own Dave Gibson gave a more modern Suzuki four cylinder bike a scare on a roundabout. As he was coming up to this roundabout, the Suzuki was on the outside and Dave drove inside the other cornering bike and powered out of the roundabout. The Suzuki rider must have been stunned to have been over taken and then left by a bike that must have been twice as old as he was. The Suzuki eventually caught up with Dave but the point had been proved from a handling point of view. It goes to show how good Norton’s made bikes then and later that held the road in such an amazing way. Dave was feeling deservedly smug at what he had done, when he arrived at the show.

Capel car & bike show 9.8.2015 007Those that arrived and exhibited their bikes are as follows

Patrick Bulimore       1971 Commando Fastback

Bjorn Christiansen   1970 Commando Roadster

Steve Eccleshall        2012 Norton 961 Sport

Simon Smith             1973 Commando Roadster

Chris Barraclough   1940 16H

Dave Cooper            1937 16H

Dave Gibson             1935 Inter Model 40 350cc

Roger Deadman      1957 Manx 500cc, 1942 Ex WD 16H. Roger brought his two bikes to the show in his ex US army 1942 6X6 GMC truck that he put out on display

Peter Ashley            1959 ES2 Wideline café racer. This engine has no internal stock parts.

Anthony Curzon     1963 Atlas Scrambler desert racer

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Mike Duffel has now almost fully recovered and we all wish him a very speedy recovery and a return to full health. He should have left the hospital and now be recovering at home. We have another show that the Surrey section will be attending and this will be the Real Classic Ardingly show in October.

 

Capel car & bike show 9.8.2015 002Those in the line up in our marquee from left to right are, Bjorn Christiansen, Simon Smith, Dave Cooper seated on his 16H, our chairman Steven Eccleshall, Patrick Bulimore, Roger Deadman, and Dave Gibson.

 

Seated on the bikes are Left to Right, Chris Barraclough, and David Cooper.

 

Can I thank all those that made the effort to attend, and display their bikes and for all their help with erecting and packing away our marquee. That was hard graft as it is a bike marquee to put up and pack away. It was a great day out, and the day ended on a great note with me following Steve and his friend on the way home through those Surrey back lanes. I can still remember the growling from my twin exhaust pipes as we passed by a cricket match on a green on the back lanes in Surrey. It was a really enjoyable and wonderful day out.

 

Anthony Curzon

 

Press Officer

NOC Surrey Branch

Norton Day at Brooklands

Norton Day at Brooklands, 12.7.2015 006The Surrey section held their Norton Day at Brooklands on Sunday 12th July 2015. The day did not start that well, as soon as I went out to the garage to get the bike out it rained. The weather for all that been hot and very sunny and when Sunday came for the Norton Day it was overcast and down right dull. We had an early morning meeting with Donna of Brooklands at 8.30am concerning the test hill, and the other health and safety concerns that were expressed by Donna and her team. Ken Rawlinson came over to my house and I pushed my 1963 Norton Atlas Scrambler out of the green and onto the main road so as not to annoy the neighbours at 7am in the morning. As a desert racer with loud exhaust pipes can be very anti social at that time of the morning.

When travelling through South Croydon, Banstead and Epsom so early in the morning there is not that much traffic on the road, and the rain so very thankfully had failed to start up again. Nigel Heugh put out all the signs for the directions to the Campbell Gate for our Norton Day, for all those that may not have been to the event before, but it was not that hard to find as there is allot of signage out on the main roads to Brooklands.

After the meeting with Donna we all helped with the erection of the Surrey sections marquee and the marquee for the helmet park. Mike Duffle did his usual very impressive organizational job of bringing all the necessary pieces of equipment that the section needs to make the Norton Day a complete and well organized event. Mike also brought along his ex Des Craig Manx Norton. We were also organizing a raffle for a painting that done by our very own, master of the paint brush Dave Gibson and the rider’s choice of bike. There was also a form given out for the rider’s choice of bike, or the bike you would like to take home. Our Surrey section marquee was organized by our chairman Steve Eccleshall’s wife Clare who was very efficient at managing all the comings and going from those that wanted to ride the test hill, and also helping with all the many queries that came up from those that attended the event. Clare was the model of calm, and efficiency at such a busy time of the morning.

The weather curtailed allot of members turning up, as it had rained very heavily at about mid day, but that did not dampen the enthusiasm of those that attended. Donna explained to us at the meeting that if the weather was bad then the test hill could not be used at she explained it would become like glass and therefore very dangerous. Thankfully the weather Gods were with us and it turned out to be good, and the test hill was opened to all those that had paid for the option of using it. At last years event we had over 100 Norton’s in the paddock, and 50 other makes parked out side. This year we could only muster about 50 bikes due to the rather bad weather conditions. We had only one lightweight attend, a blue Norton Jubilee 250 with a fairing fitted and it was in very good condition. To all those that helped

The test hill proved very popular, as many members signed up to use it. There was allot of different models of Norton’s that arrived, and our members came from long distances to attend. We had two members that came up from Cornwall and one who rode his Dominator from Lincolnshire. We also had one of the P10 Norton twin designers attend our event; Bill Cakebread and his wife Val who brought their plunger framed camshaft Norton up from the south coast and he also rode the test hill. We also had Julie Diplock arrive with her companion who also rode a Commando, and Julie rode her very rare twin port Triumph single also up from the south coast. Julie runs and organizes some of the best shows and auto-jumbles in the south east.

The raffle for the painting was drawn by our own Bill Cakebread and the first ticket out was our Chairman’s Steve, but Steve returned it for another draw. The painting was won by a Don Green, from Walton on Thames, from a ticket that was bought by his wife. The rider’s choice bike was won by Pete McDermott, with his 1936 Norton 16H from the Thames Valley section.

Can I extend our thanks to Dave Gibson for the raffle painting, to Mike Duffell for bringing all the marquees and equipment? To Clare for organizing our marquee, and for all our members that helped with the test hill riders, the helmet park. We also had to wait as one member that attended left his helmet and carry pack till the very end so we had top stay till it was collected and then we could then all go home. Even though the weather was not the best the day was still a good one for all those that attended. The Surrey sections committee all did a brilliant job, and we totally rocked. A great day was had by all despite the weather being not at its best.

The pictures are of the Surrey section in our marquee, and Bill Cakebread with his plunger frames camshaft single.

Anthony Curzon

Southern Classic Bike Show – Kempton Park

KP May 23 2015 003 (s)The Surrey Branch of the NOC had a stand and bike display at the 23 May 2015 Southern Classic Bike Show at Kempton Park . In the picture above are Geoff Cole, Patrick Bullimore, Andy Neal, Dave Gibson, Mike Duffell, and Ken Rawlinson. We assembled seven bikes for display that covered the wide spectrum of years of Norton Motorcycles.

Those that displayed their bikes were:

Ken Rawlinson        1972 JPN Commando PR

Mike Duffell              1953 Manx Norton Model 40, ex Des Craig 350cc

Dave Gibson             1935 350 International

Andy Neal                 1967 Norton P11 desert Racer

Anthony Curzon      1960 99 café racer, with a 1955 wideline featherbed frame

Patrick Bulimore       1971 Commando Fastback

Geoff Cole                 1968 Commando fastback

All the stands equipment was organised and transported to the show by the very efficient Mike Duffell. Mike arranged for all the tea, coffee, as well as the kettle and the water to be on site so we all had a hot drinks all through out the day. Many of our Surrey section members arrived to help on the stand and to give us all support so that some of us could get away, and collect some parts from the massive auto-jumble. We had allot of people come to our stand with allot of technical questions that we all tried and managed to answer.

Anthony's Front Brake

Anthony’s Front Brake

We had a huge amount of visitors many wanted to sign up and asked about membership, and some for renewals. The bikes only display really gave our stand an out standing display. I was reliably informed by my friend Victor Clark who came down from Enfield to visit us, that many visitors would spin the front wheel on my café racer, and then apply the front brake lever to see if it actually worked. Dave Degens came by and I showed him my front brake, and he informed me that only about 6 or 7 of them were made as they did not have as much brake feel as the larger double sided eight shoe brake had. He and NOC President Mike Jackson were doing the judging for the show.

We also had Julie Diplock, the organizer of the Ardingly Real Classic shows come and visit us on our stand. Julie was explaining to us about the revamp and changes to her summer show in July.

Andy and I rode to the show in the morning and arrived at about 9am. As per usual the road from Hampton Court to Kempton Park had road works, and a huge hole with road works had been dug in the road but we managed to go down the out side and therefore circumnavigate it; but on the way back it was awful. The traffic due to these very restricted road works make going to Kempton Park in a car, a real chore.  We managed to get by down the out side of the traffic but I felt really sorry for all those folks stuck in a jam due to the idiots that continue to always dig up that road on a continuous basis. Riding a café racer in such close proximity to this line of cars was very stressful.

The organisers gave every one a cup with motorcycle transfers on them for all those that displayed a bike. It was a really go show, and the auto-jumble was huge, and the auto-jumble was packed with prospective buyers.

Can I thank all those that participated and help with our stand, and all those that brought along their bikes for display? To Mike Duffell for his organizational skill, and keeping calm when we needed to get it all erected and then packed away. Well we rocked it totally, and knocked it out of the park!

Anthony Curzon

 

Press Officer

Surrey Branch NOC

Surrey Branch Annual Dinner

P1020465For the Surrey Branch Christmas meal on the 31 January 2015, we had a very special after-dinner speaker. It was Colin Seeley who was very enthusiastically welcomed by us all. He brought along a picture of Barry Sheene racing a Seeley framed Gus Kuhn Norton which was put up for auction, along with other raffle prizes in aid of  the Joan Seeley Pain Relief Memorial Trust. The venue for the dinner was held at the Leatherhead Golf Club, and a very respectable total of 42 members, their wives and guests attended the event.

All money collected on the evening is spent on equipment, as the trust has no paid administration costs or officers. Their chairman is Colin Seeley, and if any members want to make a contribution to this very worthwhile Charity Trust, please find more details through this link.

Set up at the front of the dining room, by our very own Mike Duffell, were two boards with photo’s of his relative, Joe Craig, and others of  Manx Norton’s. There were also pictures of the assembled members of the branch at the Real Classic Ardingly Show, and the Kempton Park Classic Shows, for all to see. Colin Seeley also provided an excellent selection of photos for display.

Our compère for the evening (also by coincidence named Colin) gave a very detailed introduction of Colin Seeley’s life story for the beginning of his talk .

P1020482Colin started with the time he went to Brands Hatch when he was just 14 to watch the races there, with his friend Wally Rawlings. When he was older, he then started racing himself.  Initially with an AJS 7R which he in turn sold and bought an ex Eric Oliver sidecar outfit. Wally was the passenger for the outfit, and according to Colin, Wally was one of the best passengers, and this also was the opinion of the ex world Champion sidecar racer Eric Oliver.

Colin then raced in the Isle of Man TT races where he learned the course by doing lots of practice laps! He used a Matchless G50 with a sidecar attached to it. AMC did not approve of this arrangement, until they saw that he came in sixth in his first race. Early morning practice Colin explained was at 4am in the morning and they wheeled their sidecar outfit out of the garage very quietly till with a run an bump, and the noise was deafening he said till he managed to get off down the road. Colin became very firm friends with the late and very respected sidecar racer Florian Camathias.

P1020448Colin holds the record for the fastest single cylinder sidecar out fit for a TT lap, and it has never been beaten. He got a TT replica for finishing third. This was a silver TT replica, and this he brought along to show us all.He went on to build his own frames in 1965-1966, and he also built his own sidecar frames. He frames have become legendary in the racing world, and he had constructed frames for a huge amount of different engines. The  first frame that he built was ridden by the late, and now very lamented Derek Minter, the ‘King of Brands’.

P1020473Colin then went on the explain about his building of bikes, and the many stories connected with this. This was a remarkable tale of a time  in 1967 when his workshop had lost two sets of very expensive Shaftlitner gear clusters that had somehow been thrown away by mistake. Colin went to the local council tip  – intent on retrieving them. After many hours of looking through the deposited of waste in his area, he eventually managed to find them wrapped up in old newspaper and retrieve them from the tip.   He was very relieved to have found them!

Colin went on the explain about his involvement in Formula 1, and  the Norton Rotary racing team. This came about after he answered an advert that he saw in Motorcycle News. This is and was a very convoluted tale, and it is fully explained in Colin’s second book. He managed to get sponsorship from Duckhams Oil’s for Brian Creighton’s Rotary racers. Colin’s talk went on for over an hour and we were all enthralled by his tales, and recollections of those halcyon days when British bikes, frames and engines were a ‘must have’ item to have any chance of winning.

Colin was there with is lovely wife Eva. Colin explained about his charity in memory of his wife Joan who so sadly passed away at a very young age. This charity has been going for over 36 years, and has helped a huge amount of people with the funds that it has raised.

P1020484The raffle raised £245, and the picture of Barry Sheene that Colin supplied raised £130. This was finally bought by our very own Ken Rawlinson after a lot of bidding by our membership and also a lot of encouragement by Colin Seeley himself. Barry Stickland donated his expenses  from his talk so the amount raised for the Joan Seeley Charity was £395. Strange to say I saw Barry Sheene when he was very young when I worked at Gus Kuhn Motors, when he came to visit us to see Vincent Davey. Little did I know that back then in 1969 that I was looking at a future world champion, standing with is dad in our workshop talking to our own Johnny Leggett.

May I thank all those on our committee for making this occasion a very memorable evenings event, we have been sent many emails thanking us for this very well organised occasion. To Mike Duffell our facilities coordinator for his brilliant display of photographs. Dave Gibson our events coordinator who painted a picture of Colin Seeley and Wally Rawlings in their racing sidecar outfit, and this was then presented to Colin by our secretary Ken Rawlinson. To Colin Beale our DJ and compère, for his selection of music and his brilliant control of the event. Also to our Chairman, Steve Eccleshall for his liaison with the golf club, getting the compère, and making the sure the event ran very smoothly. To our Treasurer Geoff Cole whole sorted out some last minute glitches that occurred with the golf club and the meal. To our secretary Ken Rawlinson, who liaised with Colin Seeley and arranged for him to give us a talk, and for organising his hotel, and all his aftercare. All out hard work paid off and we rocked it totally. Can I also thank Colin Seeley and his lovely wife Eva, for making this Christmas dinner the success it was. The raffle was also a great success, and Colin donated one of his books which he has personally signed, as a raffle prize. The table that Colin was on seemed to be winning all the prizes, (that was mine) and I managed to bag Colin’s book and two raffle other prizes. I asked to give the third one back, as I am allergic to alcohol, but I was told it was a pack of soap so I should have it.

The Surrey sections are organizing many events and speakers that will be coming up for the forth coming year for all our members to attend. Our next ones will be the Real Classic Ardingly Classic show, and the Kempton Park Classic show where we shall be displaying our members bikes and we will there in attendance to welcome our members and also hopefully any new members who may want to join us.

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