Bring & Buy Sale

The branch will be hosting a bring & buy sale at the BCSA on Thursday 13 January 2022 from 8:00pm to around 10.00pm

This is the ideal opportunity for you to have a clearout of all those motorcycle related items in your garage that you no longer need and make a little pocket money at the same time!

Plus, you might also pick up the odd item from another member which you will find useful!

Just turn up with your stuff and lay it out on table in the bar and see if anyone wants to buy it.

Wander round and look at what else is on offer .

Remember, one man’s rubbish is another man’s treasure.

Food, drink and endless chat about motorbikes on offer as on all other Thursday club nights.

Some photos below of the last bring & buy sale we held at the beginning of 2020.

Curry Night Photos

Side dishes for people to serve themselves

Our Branch Curry Night on the 25 November was popular. There was choice of three curries to order and a self service choice of side dishes with some Ravi Shankar albums played through the sound system as background music. Around 30 members and partners came along for enjoyable winters evening.

Annual Quiz – 2021

Our annual quiz for 2021 was held on 11 November 2021 at our regular club night at the BCSA. Multiple teams of three or four competed for a range of prizes and the honour of being this year’s winners. Questions as normal were set by Uncle Bob and tested our knowledge of motorcycle related facts with some other popular culture questions. We had a half time intermission to replenish our glasses before wracking our brains for the final session. Congratulations to the team of four visitors from the Vintage Motor Cycle Club (VMCC) who won. See some photos from the event below.

Allen Millyard speaking

Allen Millyard giving a talk to Berkshire TOMCC

Allen Millyard, renowned for creating unique custom bikes in his garage, came to our clubnight and gave a talk on how he created some of his more extreme bikes such as the Flying Millyard, with v-twin engine made from two cylinders of an aircraft radial engine and the Millyard Viper, powered by a Dodge Viper V10.

Triumph Co-Operative Talk

John Rosamond at our clubnight in 2015

John Rosamond, Chairman of the Triumph Workers Cooperative during the 1970s and early 1980s came to a Berkshire Branch club night to talk about that critical period in Triumph’s history and answer our questions.

Branch members listening to John Rosamond at our Thursday clubnight

John Rosamond is the author of a book “Save the Triumph Bonneville”, which gives a detailed account of his time at the Triumph Co-operative including the events leading up to formation of the co-operative and its eventual liquidation.