Thursday, July 25, 2013

What to do with a spare H1!

During these winter months one can spend a little to much time wandering around the world wide web. However once in a while one comes across something that challenges your thinking, and so it was with these photos. Most modified H2s are of a sporting or cafe nature with very few willing to explore a different aesthetic. So here are a couple of photos to provoke and peruse!
PS. As some one has pointed out, this is not an H2 motor, but an H1.
Thanks Paul

Monday, July 8, 2013

VJMC Rally 2014

Just letting everyone know that the dates and venue for next years national VJMC rally have been tentatively made. Here's what Judy wrote in the last VJMC news letter.

"Angela and I went and had a look at Tatum Park for our next rally venue and it looks ideal for what we need this time around. Good accommodation and heaps of space outside for a barbe- que and other things we are planning to do.
Next year is the 25th Anniversary of the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle club in New Zealand so we are looking at making it a really special Rally to celebrate in style.
The date we are looking at is Friday the 14th to Sunday 16th March 2014, we are also looking at extending it if anyone wants to come on either the Thursday or stay over on the Sunday to fit more activities in. We have a heap of ideas of places to go and things to do so it is a matter of how to best fill the time space that we have. We are looking at a cost of about $260 which will cover the accommodation, all meals on site and entry to a tour of the Tui brewery with a beer tasting, plus the cost of something else we are planning so if we get the numbers it should be a really great event."

For those who don't know where Tatum Park is, it is half way between Levin and Otaki and north of Wellington on State Highway 1, so is easy to find. 

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Check the venue out here

25 years of the VJMC running in New Zealand is pretty special, so write this into your diaries and start restoring/fettling/finding that special Jappa to ride to this very special event. For those of you overseas,
come on over and enjoy some kiwi hospitality.
To join the New Zealand VJMC and find out more about the rally email Angela at