We're back at Elizabeth Quay again for Ride 2 Work Day. It's an early start. Displaying members should be there at 6am :-)
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Orphan cranks. Bring them along tonight and see if you can find a twin. Pedals and wing nuts are welcome too - really anything that comes as a pair that finds itself alone.
The Beverley Heroic great opportunity to take your vintage wheels for a serious ride. Over three years this event has grown from a pair of endurance rides celebrating one of Australia's greatest cycle races, The Beverley To Perth, to a weekend full of cycling activity.
This month we're cracking out the projector and having a squizz at buying and selling bikes and parts on the internet, as well as other internet resources that restorers find useful.
It's a bit of an open mic night so bring your stories and tips along.
At the time of his passing Alan had over 35 bikes and frames, as well as substantial collection of parts from the 40’s through to the 80’s. His sons will be keeping one bike each. They have approached the club to assist with the sale and dispersal of Alan’s collection.
This club day is a busy bee to help organise and prepare items from Alan’s collection for sale. Volunteering members will have the opportunity to buy bikes, frames and parts from Alan's collection. There will be a silent auction for more vauable items.
Check your club newsletter for the address.
Refreshments will be provided.
If any member has a portable barbecue they’d be happy to bring along for the day please let us know - email@example.com
The Perth Retro Bicycle show is back. This event isn't organised by the WAHCC but it's right up our alley.
The show has been established to display your bicycle beauties of the past to the public.
Target for the show is pre 2000(by frame year) road or track racing bicycles. Primary focus is metal frame bicycles (e.g. steel, titanium, aluminium, magnesium) however we will consider other materials (e.g. carbon, wood) if you have something of special interest .
We also wish to promote local (WA) craft and bicycle manufacturing capability so the show is open to local brands or frame builders who have produced road or track frames made of metal (in keeping with the retro theme) of any year build pre or post year 2000.
The event will be open to the public from 10am to 3.30pm. For those entering bicycles, set up is between 8.30 and 9.30 am. We ask that you commit to display to the public for the full duration hence break up time at 4pm to allow us to have a post-show thankyou and debrief after public close.
We are a not for profit organisation so just aim to cover costs for the event. To that end, we request a modest entry fee for displaying a bicycle of $10 per bike (limit of 5 bicycles per person/organisation). We can cater for display of approximately 80 bikes so be quick and register your ticket entry. Bring your own stands.
We will have a number of categories for judging on the day including:
- most popular bike in show as voted by participants and general public
- best presented bike (considering originality, condition, period build) as voted by the organisers
- best local product bike (considering quality, style, local content) as voted by the organisers.
For any specific quiries or further information on the show or criteria, please contact Velocollective at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our AGM will once again be spiced up with a club auction. To bid you must be a member of the club, you can join or renew on the night.
A number of lots are offered mostly boxes of parts but there are also a couple of bikes;
• Rapide - SA built, rough, rusty and heavy but mostly original and with attractive paint, Magistroni cranks, Cycle Oppy pedal and Philips Apollo pedal, Oppy bars and period incorrect Weinmann brakes. Leather saddle in reasonable condition.
• Several lots of c. 1900 parts and incomplete frames. Includes a nice collection of rim badges.
• Several lots of c. 1960's to 1980's parts, some decent cranks including a Shimano Biopace unit, older carriers and mudguard, headlamps, handlebars, forks and a dragster seat
• 1970's Walcycle ladies ten speed in good cosmetic condition. Best of all, it's pink!
• Gordonson '70's stem shifter, surprisingly light for a boom bike
• c.1963 Swansea 2 Swan in very poor condition
The Vintage Tractor and Machinery Association of WA Great Southern Branch will celebrate the 13th "Plough Day" which, as the name suggests, will feature a working display of vintage machinery and antique wares. The WAHCC Great Southern will be there with a display of sturdy steeds.
Our first speaker for 2017, Geoff Owen is a cyclist and collector of cycling books. He's going to share some of the highlights of his collection and the stories therein.
There's also a club auction that will include a rough Thunderbot Dragster, a rough Humber, a Raleigh, a track frame as well as a Look jersey (medium) and a Tour de France pack. The track frame is sticker Flash but there is no other evidence that it actually is a Flash. It has a nasty hole in the down tube but the headset and forks may well be worth salvaging. Likewise the Humber is rough but has a Perry coaster hub in good condition and the steel rims are quite good. Bidding will be open to club members.
IT'S BACK! Want to sell some of those pre-loved bike parts or keen to buy a new bike or find that elusive shiny part for your steed?
The West Australian Historical Cycle Club has booked 2 bays for members' use.
Barlee Street Carpark, on the main strip of Beaufort St, in Mt Lawley.
SELLERS 8am/BUYERS 9am