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(the answer was Don Leeson riding a Dixon/ Robb racing school Honda CB250)2 page photo spread of “Pics from 86” – Greg Holiday’s Honda CB450’s, Keith Newton’s original road test Honda CB750, reg No.YLY 70H, VJMC outing to the Sammy Miller Museum, John Dalton with his Bristol and Belle Vue Best Japanese award winning CB92 and Cz100’s belonging to Graham Blunden and Dennis lodge2 page photo spread from VJMC attended shows, VJMC’s first award for Best Stand at the Shepton Mallet show, gallery view at Shepton Mallet, Dave Marsden’s latest Kawasaki triple, Don Leeson and his Suzuki T20 racer and Brands Hatch ‘Best Club Stand’ line up.The Honda’s are covered in 1 page, Yamaha’s in 2 pages and the Kawasaki’s in 3 pages.Inside front cover a photo of Club members and their bikes from the VJMC AGM at Stanford Hall in 1983.Sheedy’ is an explanation that Torakusu is the Christian name of the founder of Yamaha.
A possible cause of this increase in membership is that to qualify for a Classic Insurance discount on their machines, it is necessary to be a member of the VJMC.4 page article, The Chequered Flag by Stuart Marshall on racing success in the Isle of Man.One of Dave Ayesthorpe’s Police spec (all white) CP77 and a CB750 on a revolving roundabout (reg No.is YMF 11H), the other from the West of England show with 3 Kawasaki’s on the stand plus one of 3 monkey bikes.Riders not named but include Don Leeson (Suzuki), Tony Milk (CB92 special), Dennis lodge (Bridgestone GTR) Eric Warburton (CB750) 5 others I don’t recognise A very young looking Don Leeson with his newly restored Suzuki TC250, John Surtees pictured in front of what looks like an early factory Honda, Pete Rhodes with his CB72 racer, voted best bike at the AGM, Mike Garnett with his newly restored CB72, image of Doug Perkins with a (colour tinted) green face.Photo of Pete Rhodes new special which is a CB72/77 with a CB450 twin cam cylinder head, Dave Marsden’s Kawasaki H1, Don Leeson’s Suzuki TC250, Chris Thomas’s Kawasaki Avenger, voted Best Japanese at the Belle Vue Show.
The top one is Tommy Robb riding a Works Suzuki 50 very probably at the T. and the second is of Sammy Miller riding an early Honda RC145 (125cc)2 page article by Colin Gibson on the CR750, the race kitted version of the early CB750’s. The conversion kit is explained in detail inside the magazine.