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The Kettering and District MCC was a club with a long history and the past members are still as enthusiastic about keeping in contact. You will recognise many of the friends we tried to out-sing or out-drink on their website.
The Leicester Phoenix Motor-Cycle Club was a founder club and supporter of the BMF since it was the Federation of National and One Make Motor-Cycle Clubs.
The BMF works tirelessly for the rights of motorcyclists. Members receive four Motorcycle Rider magazines each year.
The Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) have traditionally taken an alternative approach to repressive legislation. Their position is tightly argued and deserves attention.
If you want the French equivalent of LPMCC.net then look no further than this website produced by Antoine and team. We have a reciprocal arrangement to exchange content and concord cordiale.
The Leicester Phoenix Motor-Cycle Club always observed speed limits. This local site encourages improved awareness of speed limits at locations with a history of speed related accidents.
(We should know!)
Christened at the 2006 BMF Show. You can pick up a FREE paper version each month from bike meets, cafes, pubs, clubs and dealers. Or get one posted via their website.
On-line features that have appeared in Used Motorcycle Guide website and new features from Used Bike Guide.
Website for the people who bring you the Stinkwheel Classic Motorcycle Show. Take a look at their forums.
For all the ex members out there who still need to fettle the odd bit of British Iron (or eastern alloy) the Classic & Motorcycle Mechanics' site is an essential bookmark.
Remember the good old days when we were lads (and lasses). Live them again with The Classic Motorcycle. The on-line version will save you kick starting the zimmer to go to the newsagent.
If you still get your kicks on route MCN then this site will satisfy those late night cravings when the sap is rising and an old man's fancy turns to thoughts of motorcycles.
What may at first sound strange is done in a very dignified way. I hope you will be a long while before you need this service.
For up-to-date reports on the present Rally Circuit go to the Bikers1.com site. They have reports from the mid 90s to date with photos of bikers doing exactly what we did. Blooming hooligans!
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