He might be in his 70s, but Te Puke’s John Feaver says when it comes to striving for speed, he isn’t finished. John recently received confirmation of a speed record set at South Australia’s Lake Gairdner salt flats earlier this year on a motorcycle he built himself.He set the record despite a debilitating condition that was undiagnosed at the time, and without the ability to make adjustments to his bike which, he is convinced, would have seen him go faster.… Read More »Speedster Senior Beats The Odds To Set Record
A huge turnout for the TRMCC Waikato inaugural ride. Members from Auckland, Bay of Plenty, Manawatu & Taranaki turned up to support the first Waikato ride. Great to see the number of bikes and riders that braved the blustery and showery morning to meet at Ngaruawahia. A brisk ride through to Raglan for lunch at the Marlin Cafe and Grill. Happily the weather slowly cleared and we all enjoyed a sunny ride home.
Mad keen motorcyclists from across the Shore are getting revved up about finding a place to call home. The Triumph Riders Motorcycle Club was formed in 2011 and now has 214 members nationwide, but a solid group of North Shore devotees to the British bike wish to find a local club room to host their monthly meetings and get-togethers. Local President Warren Millar said: “Our members are passionate about the Triumph brand of motorcycles. We enjoy good companionship, good rides… Read More »TRIUMPH TROOP SEEKS BASE!