• Welcome to the forum website of the Vincent H.R.D. Owners Club.

    Should you have any questions relating to the Vincent H.R.D. Owners Club, or Vincent H.R.D. motorcycles in general, please contact Graham Smith, Online Forum Webmaster by calling 07977 001 025 or please CLICK HERE.

    You are unrecognised, and therefore, only have VERY restricted access to the many features of this forum website.

    If you have previously registered to use this forum website, you should log in now. CLICK HERE.

    If you have never registered to use this forum website before, please CLICK HERE.

Phillip Island Classic 2014

greg brillus

Well Known and Active Forum Website User
VOC Member
Yes it's an absolutely awesome event. Promised everyone that 2015 I would go back to the island with my own bike to race in anger....A 49 HRD twin.....to give the Irving Vincent boys some company, and see if I can give that 59 Sportster of John Trease, a run for his money......Greg.
 

davidd

Well Known and Active Forum Website User
VOC Member
Yes it's an absolutely awesome event. Promised everyone that 2015 I would go back to the island with my own bike to race in anger....A 49 HRD twin.....to give the Irving Vincent boys some company, and see if I can give that 59 Sportster of John Trease, a run for his money......Greg.

This may have been mentioned elsewhere, but John Trease, whom Greg knows and mentioned, is the man who built the 58 Bhp. Comet for Cal Carrick and later Ian Boyd. he has also done most of the major machining on those lovely new Series A Twins that are being built by Neal Videan. So, John is a Harley man, but he knows his way around a Vincent.

David
 

vibrac

Well Known and Active Forum Website User
VOC Member
Ah David if only I could watch this but 60 miles from London may get me empty roads but also lousey
internet speeds if UK gov could not waste money on puffa train HS2 lines maybe we could catch up with Korea and I could watch motorcycle videos

Aus and NZ have some good tracks and certainly NZ is a little more relaxed with H&S certainly its like being at a 60s meeting down there
 
Warning! This thread is more than 9yrs ago old.
It's likely that no further discussion is required, in which case we recommend starting a new thread. If however you feel your response is required you can still do so.

Top