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Vintage Japanese motorcycles head to Tamworth

One of the oldest four-stroke Hondas in Australia, a 1956 Honda SA250 Dream (like the one pictured above), will be at the 39th annual Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club National Rally in Tamworth in March 2017.

It will be among a host of iconic Japanese motorcycles from the ’60 to ‘80s on show at the rally. Other interesting bikes include an Isle of Man TT Honda NC400 race bike and an Honda RC30.

Win fuel vouchers

Those who book in for the rally before Christmas could find it easier getting to Tamworth with two early bird prizes of $100 fuel vouchers up for grabs.Vintage Japanese motorcycles head to Tamworth

The rally will be held from March 3-5, 2017, and you can enter on the VJMC Australia webpage http://www.vjmc.org.au/

Entries close on February 3, but if you get in quick you could win one of those vouchers. The rally registrar says riders can “send bike details later if it’s still a work in progress”.Vintage Japanese motorcycles head to Tamworth

The rally will be centred at the eastern end of Peel Street, Tamworth, at the Paradise Tourist Park and in the grounds of the Country Music Association Museum.

Highlights will include a welcome barbecue at Paradise Tourist Park, leisurely Saturday and Sunday rides around the town, a public display and award judging on the Saturday and a Rally Presentation Dinner at West Tamworth Leagues Club’s Blazes Auditorium.Vintage Japanese motorcycles head to Tamworth

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