After the huge entry of round 2, Peterborough, there was a reduced entry of 12 bikes for round 3 at Redcar Speedway. The track is the closest thing to a Lodi-style bowl that the DTRA visit, with wide and well banked turns. With glorious sunshine and an evening program we were in for a good time. Last year's champ, Gary Birtwistle #11 was back out on his Cheney BSA with a rebuilt motor, and for the first time this year Ross Jackson #130 joined in on his DT 400 Yamaha. With bot
With less than a week to go there is only only thing on everybody's mind. It isn't Trump's next announcement or what The Duchess of Cambridge had for breakfast. From Middlesborough to Memphis I know everybody is thinking about the DTRA Sideburn Vintage Class, which is shaping up to be another fun year for riders and spectators alike. As the class covers bikes from the 1940's to the 70's there will be a hugely interesting and varied selection of machinery on track from hand-sh
Kev H has found another dirt tracker being sold in the UK. This is a rare and beautiful beast. Race-spec Trackmaster Triumph T120R. We don't know anything about the sale, so buyer beware, but what a stunning piece of kit. This is what the ad says...
£8000 or best offer.
TRIUMPH T120R (1971) USA FLAT TRACK/ DIRT BIKE.
THIS IS A ORIGINAL USA FLAT TRACKER NOT ONE WHICH HAS BEEN MADE UP. VERY RARE NICKEL PLATED TRACK MASTER FRAME AND SWINGING ARM
TWIN LECTRON CARBS
From Dimitri C... Check this beautiful n too short film essay shot and directed by my good friend Stephane "Paps" Flores Stephane is one of the founder member of the BIG DADDY MIDGET MOTO CLUB that we ran in Paris in the early 2K's. And he was part of the trip to Catalina with Dr Oldschool, Le Admiral and myself almost six years ago already. He showed up to Willow Spring one day in 2011 and shot some footage that he just put together. Pretty smooth I just wish it was longer.