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Tansha August 2017

In this issue we have a Suzuki with an identity crisis - it believes it's actually an MV Agusta. In reality it's one man's rather clever, self built, tribute to the Gallarate racers. Elsewhere Neil Smith gets his KH500 up and running and on the road, Woff takes us back in time to when another 500 triple influenced his current purchase, our Archive feature looks at Suzuki's T250 J and Dave Jupp makes tank badges. We've CRMC, Endurance Legends and Santa Pod  reports plus no less than five front line shows details and the annual Box Hill VJMC meet. If nothing else the August Tansha really showcases what the club is all about ...enjoy.

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