Entry Number 1
1957 Douglas Dragonfly. TYR105. Horizontal 350 twin fitted with two Amal carburetors in place of the standard single. Heavy, cumbersome, slow; and delightful to ride. That vast petrol tank holds 5 ½ gallons. This was the once famous Douglas company’s last machine and one of only 1500 made.
Entry Number 2
KGY397V. 1980 Honda CB900C. Poseidon Blue, Made for the American market for a 3 year period only. Dual range 5 speed transmission, effectively 10 speeds. (High and low ranges). All original except pattern silencers. Air suspension, Very few in UK. Imported from Flagstaff Arizona 4 years ago.19000 mls. from new.
Entry Number 3
KSK 192. 1959 BSA Super Rocket TriBsa..Nut N Bolt rebuild 3 years ago. American LH changeT140V 750ccTriumph Bonneville engine in “Converta” Engine plates. Gold star silencers, Remote oil filter fitted, loads of stainless bits inc. spokes and rims. Electronic speedo. “Pazon” 12v. Ignition. “Evo” carbs, SRM clutch. Bronze bushed swing arm.
Entry Number 4
647XUA. 1961 Trobike. 98cc. Made by The Trojan van co. London. 550 produced. Very few left. Rescued from a skip many years ago. Originally registered in Elgin from New. Age related plate 2007. 28mph max. Fully restored 2007. Only Trobike on the road? (DVLA) All original except Yanmar diesel recoil.
Entry Number 5
XB3238. Scott 1921 Tourer motorbike.
Registration is XB3238; made in 1920; a 500cc engine and a two speeder; it has no clutch to change gear you use your feet.
The bike has been restored to it’s original condition and is fully roadworthy and is used for runs. It is the same model which Captain Tom rode.
Entry Number 6
B585VSL 1985 Honda CG125. This bike is only showing 13,087 from new and was last on the road in 2001.
Entry Number 7
948XUM 1962 Vespa Grand Sport 160 Mrk 1.
This scooter was fully restored, partly in England and Scotland. Restoration was finished in 2018. The Mark one GS 160 was only built in 1962 and can be distinguished by the small lockable compartment on the rear of the frame. This configuration was never used again by Piaggio. This scooter has the original engine.
Entry Number 8
EOL879C 1965 Vespa Super Sport
The Super Sport was launched in 1964 and was the successor to the Grand Sport. Originally It only came in Red, white and blue. This scooter was fully restored in Broughty Ferry after being purchased from a gentleman in Elgin. It featured in the Scootering Magazine. A rare scooter.
Entry Number 9
PSL717 1954 Triumph Speed Twin. I went to Bonhams to buy a wee charmer and came back with a beast! This is a local bike, the previous owner lived in the Forfar area
Entry Number 10
ONG597 1951 Sunbeam/Villiers 98cc. This is my wee beauty. The engine and gearbox have been overhauled by Villiers this winter and at nearly seventy years old will do well in any city traffic – top speed 30mph.
Entry Number 11
Triumph trident T160. This is an original unrestored example of arguably the best ever British motorcycle. It has electric start, disc brakes and super bike performance. Originally the bike was exported to the USA and reimported to the UK in the early nineties. It has just over 6k miles from new.