VMCC

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VMCCVintage Motor Cycle Club
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The popular run, organised by the Vintage Motor Cycle Club, saw Lord Mayor, Coun Jack Harrison wave off the riders with a flag.
Dave McMahon, aged 72, of Northey Road, Foleshill, Coventry, is the vice president of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club.
The event is organised annually by the Vintage Motor Cycle Club for riders with machines that are at least 25 years old.
The event is organised by Kathy and Ian Alexander of the Warwick branch of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club.
The picture showing men, boy and women workers was taken in 1896; CIVIC APPROVAL: The Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Coventry, Alderman and Mrs W Parfitt, try out a 1902 Minerva-Trimo 200cc motor tricycle before the start of the Coventry to Birmingham Veteran Parade organised by the Vintage Motor Cycle Club at Hearsall Common in September 1965; MOTORCYCLE LINE-UP: The Triumph No 2 Works Team (above) in September 1954 on 500cc Triumph motorcycles; WORKING WITH PRIDE: Rudge Whitworth workers (left) in the Rectification Shop in Spon Street and (below) young men taking a great interest in the Triumph Terrier motorcycle
THE Warwickshire section of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club is holding its 47th Annual Coventry Parade on Sunday.
The run was organised by Kathy and Ian Alexander of the Warwickshire section of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club.
The Vintage Motor Cycle Club attracts machines which date back as far as 1911 - with the newest being nearly 40 years old.
As an added bonus, the oldest member of the Warwickshire section of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club, Harold Savage, entered the parade on his 1947 Norton.
Mr Winter belongs to the Vintage Motor Cycle club which meets monthly at Kenilworth rugby club.
Then the man born in 1916 dismounted from his machine, built in 1926, to register his participation in the annual Coventry Parade, organised by the Vintage Motor Cycle Club's Warwickshire section.
Omegas were never outstanding on the race track, but nevertheless John Hall, one of the founders of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club secured 13 class records at Brooklands with a 98cc model.
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