Not just vintage motor cycles but everything from an MG PBCream Cracker, Morris Minor, VW Beetle, Morris Marina, etc…. The youngest of the club's 'Big Three', this started in 1910 when the MCC broke new ground by introducing the “London to Exeter and Back Winter Club Run” on Boxing Day, when saner folk might be expected to be enjoying the warmth of the festive season with their families. To prove MCC members were, and still are, a race apart the event generated 81 entries on two, three and four wheels while within three years a dizzy 231 faced the starter. Most MCC events are open, by invitation, to members of the Army Motorcycling Association, the Vintage Sports Car Club, the Vintage Motor Cycle Club and the Morgan 3-Wheeler Club. Sheila Poupard. Railway Cottage, Neopardy, Crediton, EX17 5ER. firstname.lastname@example.org Tel 01363 772078 (before 9pm please)
This is a no nonsense trial starting involving tough off road endurance stages in Devon.
Location: London to Exeter
Region: South West
The MCC. November 1901. In a dimly lit London Café half a dozen enthusiasts for the new fangled motor cycle met and decided there should be an association for their fellow enthusiasts and so the Motor Cycling Club was born.
Contact Address: Not given - please use e-mail
View Website: http://www.themotorcyclingclub.org.uk/
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Standard Admission (£): See organiser
Admission with classic car (£): See organiser