The annual British Motorcycle Meet put on by the BSA Owners Club of New England is on May 21 2017 this year in Lancaster MA at the Bolton Fairgrounds

Click here for the website>>>http://britishmcmeet.com/britishmeet/index.html

 

British MC Meet 2017

 

 

 

 

 

Paid a visit to Rocket Moto in Nashua NH for the March meeting of the Norton Owners of New England monthly meeting.

Good turnout, got to look at some nice bikes and have pizza. It was frigid cold outside with some snow on the ground so it was a decent way to spend some time.

Many thanks to Adam who provided the space and hospitality. If you’re remotely interested in a MOTUS , stop by and have a look.

Adam works on pretty much all bikes new and vintage so give him a try, mention Commando Specialties please

 

click here >>New England Norton Owners

 

Click here>>Rocket Moto / MOTUS

 

 

 

I have one electric start kit available, act quickly if you’re interested.

Have a look on EBay or best way is to call me @ 339-200-8618

Duane

As you may or may not know, I have posted some you tube videos about some bikes etc. You can scroll down to some older posts if you haven’t seen them yet.

Or click on the “our You Tube channel” on the left side of the page under “Blogroll”

If you have any interest, please give them a thumbs up or better yet, subscribe so I can get an idea of how many people are looking at this stuff. I have posted videos about carb pilot jet cleaning for instance and some basic Boyer Bransden troubleshooting.

If you would like to see an other How To guides or similar, let me know and I’ll see what I can do. No fancy camera equipment or anything but we’ll see where it leads.

Here’s a Triumph TR25 (250) after a full restoration.

It spent a little time in our secret garage getting a few kinks worked out. Nice crisp exhaust noise, everything works and it should be a nice candidate for a Moto Giro.

I haven’t posted in well, forever but this should break some ice. Or something.

We all know this guy, or maybe it’s me?

Well, the last big projects have been completed and here’s the result.

The new seat foam and cover was the last step after bleeding the front brake. It took about two hours (!) to get the seat the way I wanted it. Just an FYI ; heat is your friend here along with some patience. It’s chilly enough in my garage that the cover really needed some persuading to fit without showing wrinkles etc. Probably my best seat job yet.