Pictures and Video from the VMCC Founder’s Day 2019

Another Founder’s Day has just passed and, as usual, it was well worth the 6 hour round trip to get up to Stanford Hall and back.  I’ve said it before, and I’ll probably say it again next year, but in my humble opinion, this is the VMCC’s premier event and if you’ve never been, you should try and get to it next year.

With so much to see, I failed to get round all the Club and Section stands and didn’t even get to the Arena where Royal Enfield was being featured this year.  I partly blame all of you as I kept bumping into Dorset Section members and once that happens: natter, natter etc 🙂

Highlight of the day? For me, seeing the Wall of Death again as I last visited one in the early 1990s at Ardingly.  Love the fact that they still use Indians; it was free as it was included in the Founder’s Day entry cost (£10).

And a random selection of photos. Apologies for several photos of the 1927 Scott; it was for sale and, just for a moment, I was tempted…


Author: Paul Wirdnam

Strangely addicted to Ariel motorcycles from the '20s, 30s and 40s.

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