Welcome to the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle
Welcome to the VJMC, the UK’s premier club for Japanese bikes fifteen years old and
over. The club was founded in 1982 by a small group of like minded enthusiasts.. Read More
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From Section run events to the major shows. All the details here.
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the last few decades.
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February's Tansha, as usual, carries a
broad-church approach with regards to its content. We have a life
time Enfield fan who's discovered Japanese race replicas can be
turned into decent café racers, a stunning show winning Yamaha XS-2
on the front cover along with a rather special Honda XL250 trials
machine. Another member successfully rescues a now rare Suzuki
GSX750, our Kawasaki JT-1 restoration story continues, Honda's Roger
Etcell once again entertains with tales from behind the scenes and
Ian Kerr reports of the Colombres Rally in Spain. Elsewhere Steve
Hunt extolls the virtues of Yamaha's 600 Fazer as a winter hack and
Graham Ellis-Jones rather bravely embarks upon the restoration of
Honda CX500 Turbo. Lots to read, stunning machines to look at and, as
always, useful hints and tips. If you're favourite machine isn't in
there why not write in and tell the members all about
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