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(the answer was Don Leeson riding a Dixon/ Robb racing school Honda CB250)2 page photo spread of “Pics from 86” – Greg Holiday’s Honda CB450’s, Keith Newton’s original road test Honda CB750, reg No.YLY 70H, VJMC outing to the Sammy Miller Museum, John Dalton with his Bristol and Belle Vue Best Japanese award winning CB92 and Cz100’s belonging to Graham Blunden and Dennis lodge2 page photo spread from VJMC attended shows, VJMC’s first award for Best Stand at the Shepton Mallet show, gallery view at Shepton Mallet, Dave Marsden’s latest Kawasaki triple, Don Leeson and his Suzuki T20 racer and Brands Hatch ‘Best Club Stand’ line up.
In his book, Growing Up With Roy and Dale (Regal Books, .95), published last year, Dusty gives a gripping example of how Dale kept a firm hand on two unruly boys: “On Saturday afternoons, Dad would take Sandy [Dusty’s adopted brother] and me over to his gun range…. ‘I said,’ she whispered through clenched teeth, ‘it’s time to stop.’ ” Dale was not the only disciplinarian.Sheedy’ is an explanation that Torakusu is the Christian name of the founder of Yamaha.Front and rear cover photos of members riding their machines at the Brands Hatch “Motor 100” event.Newsletters and Tanshas available to purchase at £10 per year and £75 per decade.
Please note these are pdf downloads and NOT the printed copy. The scan is only as good as the original print run. Any download problems email Brent Westbrook [email protected] page titled “Torakusu News” – no, I didn’t know what it was either but at the bottom of the article on Yamaha’s by ‘J.
Then he would slip out of his Roy Rogers pajamas and into his Roy Rogers shorts (with a likeness of Trigger on the front) before putting on his Roy Rogers jeans. “I had double R on both my boots, and I never did know which boot to put on my left foot.” A lot of kids had the same cowboy shirts and belts and badges and lunch boxes, but Dusty had something not included among the 125 licensed Roy Rogers products—an official Roy Rogers dad.