Richard Huckle (Chairman@Brooklands-vmcc.org.uk)
Relatively new to vintage bikes and a keen interest in touring on a modern bike too. For more background on Richard read his article first published in March 2016 (Richard's article).
David Ashdown (Secretary@brooklands-vmcc.org.uk)
I have ridden motorcycles for over fifty years. Although an engineer by profession and always interested in how things work, I prefer to be out on the bike, invariably with my wife on the pillion, rather than fettling. I purchased our trusty 1963 Velocette Viper in 1973 and we use it for all the Club events. During my six years as Secretary, Brooklands Section has prospered thanks to our enthusiastic and hard working Committee that are always looking for new ideas to attract new members and keep our current ones entertained.
David Bell (Treasurer@brooklands-vmcc.org.uk)
I started motorcycling in 1974 learning to ride at the Wimbledon RAC ACU training scheme, I have a broad interest in motorcycles having ridden and owned various Japanese, German and British bikes. I do enjoy working on and restoring bikes and find it therapeutic following a day in front of a computer. I have recently taken over the treasurer role on the committee and enjoy being part of a proactive and friendly club which is welcoming to all
Tony Baxter (Tony.Baxter@brooklands-vmcc.org.uk)
I have been interested in bikes since around 14 years of age, and even at the beginning found myself drawn towards vintage and classic machines, (as well as customs !). I am a member of the Brooklands Museum motorcycle team, which gives me the chance to ride machines of great interest, sometimes on race circuits, both here and abroad. I currently own a 1939 Triumph 6S s/v, a '63 Tiger 90, and a '91 Guzzi 750, amongst others. The future of the club largely lies with attracting current motorcyclists who need to be shown the great attraction of riding older machines.
John Gentleman (John Gentleman@Brooklands-vmcc.org.uk)
Hi, I have a broad interest in bikes both old and new, as can be seen in the ones I own: 2015 Ducati Multistrada S, a 1959 BSA Bantam D7 175cc and a 1965 BSA Lightning 650. The general culture of the section is relaxed, friendly & open to all bikes which suits me fine. As a committee member I am happy to help out where and when I can, as I enjoy both the riding and social side of the club.
Jeremy Sigger (admin@Brooklands-vmcc.org.uk)
I'm interested in almost anything with 2 wheels and an engine, old and new. I've got a soft spot for Italian V-twins and for machines made between the late '20s and very early '50s. I've recently joined the Brooklands Section committee and my main responsibility is the web site.