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Vic Bott’s long service certificate Thanks to Anne Bradford, author of ‘The Royal Enfield Story,’ we have Vic’s reminiscences of the Revelation’s genesis. Unfortunately, Bill knew nothing about the design history of the bicycle, nor even its brand name. He was sent, disguised as an Arab, to cut the telegraph lines from Constantinople to Alexandria. Wildlife, landscape and lifestyle are the key features.
Trampa Boards Ltd, Mountainboard, …. Having seen the photocopies of the wartime article in which I sent him, Louis Armandias vaguely recalled bringing two Petits Bis into England on his father’s behalf. Thomas’s father suppressed the hugely wealthy Reading Abbey, yet Thomas doggedly stuck to ‘the old faith’. On returning from their first trip, Rosemary produced an exhibition of photos and memorabilia for the Vale & Downland Museum, subsequently shown at the Oxfordshire County Museum. It transpired that his family has lived on both sides of the English Channel for decades. After the Crimean War, he was involved in negotiating the border between Turkey and Russia, and worked undercover in North Africa. This talk introduces you to the place, its people and landscape, and includes video clips and a wide range of photographs, demonstrating the striking scenery of the island. Note the Moulton circular chainwheel guard that has been fitted in place of the standard Enfield ‘hockey-stick’ chain guard.Picture by Tony Hadland. This was due to the lords of the manor, the Yate and Throckmorton families, harbouring Catholic chaplains at a time when this was strictly illegal. Thereafter he was involved in many different managerial and consultancy roles, mostly concerned with aeronautical and other military engineering. Falklands Wildlife – the Movies Having seen and heard Foray to the Falklands, some people wanted more. Consequently, the Co-op built some frames for Viking. After stoving, transfers are applied to the frame.Picture courtesy of Malcolm Barrett. The machine is less cumbersome than an ordinary bicycle. The talk is brought to life with numerous audio clips. They even spotted England skipper Bobby Moore as they cycled through London on the way to the Dover ferry. The Royal Enfield Revelation was the last machine designed and built at Redditch. Jokingly, I said, “Two weeks!” and he jumped at that. Later they were moved again, this time to Ellingham House, Cheltenham. It was said to have been used for an abortive sponsored ride from the factory to Australia, which got no further than Dover. This led to the modest first edition of The Moulton Bicycle and the start of Tony’s career as a writer. A wartime test report Some time later, John Pinkerton found a reference to the elusive machine in a wartime copy of In due course loan of the requisite volume was arranged with V-CC librarian, Bob French. September and October inclusive – not available. Note the gussets at the junctions of the main beam with the head and seat tubes.Picture courtesy of Malcolm Barrett. Even the rubber-sleeved fixing pins for the fuel tank were there. He joined as a junior architectural assistant in a regional office and left as operational risk manager, reporting directly to the managing director of the department. For his travels in China and Tibet he was awarded the gold medal of the Royal Geographical Society. What my DNA Test told me After years of wondering whether it was worthwhile, Tony Hadland took a comprehensive DNA test. His mission in the Thames Valley is described, as is his capture, trial and execution. A cloth cover with zipp fastener is supplied which turns the machine into a suitcase. However, it seems this was not mass-produced and no other reference to this earlier prototype has been found. But he thought that, for utility riders, the machine might have considerable appeal, especially as it “had the added attraction of being suitable for every member of the family to use”. A bit of detective work revealed that Louis S.M. They wanted to continue production of the clubman-type cycles with which the name Viking was synonymous. After the war, Jeff and Wallis worked on swing-wing technology and visited the newly formed NASA to try to persuade the Americans to support their designs. This talk brings the story alive via numerous archive recordings and illustrations. He has contributed significant material to other editors’ books, on matters as diverse as retail bank design, information management, information security and cycle history. All Revelations were supplied with a Moulton-style holdall for the well integrated but removable rear carrier. Quite apart from the mysterious Parisian machine, there were small-wheeled bicycles long before the Moulton – although none had anything like the same impact on the world of cycling. It was about this time that he was operating under two identities and folding bicycles were distinctly low on his list of priorities. However, he did not think that the steel-framed example he rode was significantly lighter than a conventional machine, nor much easier to carry. It’s interesting to note that Michael Embacher’s famous bicycle collection included both versions of Le Petit Bi. For the same station he recorded monthly in-depth interviews with British rock stars, including artistes as diverse as Robert Plant of Led Zeppelin, Maddy Prior of Steeleye Span and Cliff Richard. His first bike was a ‘hand-me-down’ from an uncle – a pre-War Raleigh sports machine with a close-ratio Sturmey-Archer hub. Checking frame alignment.Picture courtesy of Malcolm Barrett. In order to find out a little more about ‘the little bike’, I requested that the full patent be brought up from the vaults. So this talk was created, which incorporates lots of Tony’s video footage of Falklands wildlife, including elephant seals, many types of bird and, especially, penguins. A two-hour ferry ride from the mainland, Islay is famous for its wildlife and whisky. During the nationalist revolt in Egypt, William Gill went undercover again. Josey criticised the lack of handlebar adjustment and was certain that Le Petit Bi was “not a serious challenger to the ordinary bicycle for normal sporting purposes”. When he finished at Ellingham House his secretary cleared everything out including, he presumes, Les Petits Bis. Tony has also been Vice-Chairman of the Oxfordshire Family History Society and editor of its journal, Oxfordshire Family Historian. The Throckmorton family, successors to the Yates, then erected the first Catholic Church in the Vale of White Horse since the Reformation. It was clear that I couldn’t go through the customary design channels so what I did, was that I laid an enormous piece of paper on the floor, drew a profile of the bike to size and gave it to the Design Department to build. From biplanes to BAC via bouncing bombs – the aeronautical career of Herbert ‘Jeff’ Jeffree, FRAS This talk, illustrated with many rare photographs, traces the aeronautical career of Herbert ‘Jeff’ Jeffree, Tony’s father-in-law. It is one of the less successful ripples that flowed from the splash made five years earlier by the Moulton. Since retiring the first time, he has been administrator of the Vale & Downland Museum and editor of Oxfordshire Family Historian. Leo Davenport took over Vic Mountford’s splendid office and Vic was moved to a more humble abode down the corridor.”I was due for retirement but when the time came, E & H P Smith offered us an increase in salary and so I decided to continue to work. Readers of the then Southern Veteran-Cycle Club’s News & Views No. As a final question, one is tempted to ask why no one is producing it today. Although there is no connection between these two events, Tony hopes that his writings are in some small way illuminating, if not colourful. It had a Pelissier three speed derailleur but, unlike the bicycle in the photograph, side-pull calliper brakes and a radially spoked front wheel. At various times, he compered The Who live on stage, co-presented a TV show in Belgium, made numerous jingles for BBC Radio London and recorded a voiceover in Flemish for Wrangler jeans. Enfield needed to compete with Moulton, Raleigh, Dawes and others. The apparently lugless frame construction was beautifully executed and the bike was complete, apart from a missing front mudguard. The Royal Enfield bicycle brand name was sold and the model name Revelation was subsequently applied to a less interesting small-wheeler sold elsewhere as a Vindec. Arthur Beckingham was foreman at the Enfield works in Redditch, Worcestershire. CWS, the Co-operative Wholesale Society, responded to the RSW by producing a somewhat similar machine, the Co-op Commuter, but which had a mixte frame. Browne of Chater Lea Limited but the date of manufacture, identity of the designer and maker’s name are unknown. I knew I had landed myself with a problem. That is how the Revelation could appear in the Simplex catalogue. However, nothing prepares you for the rugged beauty of the place and the fascinating wildlife. We also explore the history of the Wantage Tramway and look at what remains of these three manifestations of the industrial revolution in rural Berkshire. DJI Phantom 3K Carbon Fiber Double Battery Clevis / Support Plate + 4 x Battery Straps - Black. His cover was blown and he and his companions were murdered in the desert. He lived a double life, as he also had a day job in the architectural department of a major British bank. Both drew derision from his school chums. Clients include the University of the Third Age, Women’s Institute, National Trust, Probus, Royal Geographical Society, British Legion, family history societies, local history groups, church groups and cycling organisations. His father’s Hadland ancestors were in Oxfordshire for centuries but his mother’s ancestry was quite a different matter. Part of another advert, extolling the virtues of the Revelation.Cutting courtesy of Malcolm Barrett. The purchaser was an aunt of Veteran-Cycle Club member Paul Kimberley.
rc Jeep 70 - scale trail & rock crawling - Quarry Hills - Pro-Line BFG All Terrain tires. Donegal and on the British army camp at the Curragh of Kildare. He had bought the machine after seeing it advertised in The vendor, who was not a member of the Club, lived in the Wembley area. It appears that a relative of the vendor had worked in France for many years. He has also been a freelance editor, writer and document designer. Along the way, we see how Raleigh became a massive maker of munitions in both world wars, bringing huge financial rewards to captains of industry and revolutionising the lives of the many women who worked as machinists on the shop floor. He became the most fined man in Oxfordshire, his wealth was seized in a government raid and, as a result of ‘swimming against the tide’, he fell out with his wife. On the death of the relative, the bicycle was brought to England, along with his other personal effects. After the war he returned to undercarriage design and manufacture, becoming co-founder of British Messier Limited. Here a chainguard is being fitted during final assembly.Picture courtesy of Malcolm Barrett. This was George William Hadland, who left the land as a teenager and made the transition to urban living. There was the mysterious French small-wheeler being ridden around by a young boy. If you have further information about this bicycle, please contact Tony Hadland. He has dual nationality and is completely bilingual. He’s travelled in Flanders and Wallonia by bicycle, car, coach, tram and train. In this illustrated talk, he takes you from the earliest human-powered two-wheelers to the latest in hi-tech pedal power. Intriguingly, their surname occurs in at least two dozen forms. In this illustrated talk, Tony relives the tour, providing the kind of insights only possible through travelling by pedal power in a time now long past. Steam and Steel in the Vale of White Horse This illustrated talk traces the development of Wantage Engineering Ltd and Nalder & Nalder, both of which exported agricultural machinery worldwide. A fast-moving worker hangs a frame on a moving rack ready for stoving.Picture courtesy of Malcolm Barrett. This talk traces their achievements, from steam in Cornwall to aviation at Brooklands, via the waterworks of London and the admiralty. Tony Hadland is author of the book Thames Valley Papists and these talks will appeal to anyone interested in local or family history. The machine Alex Josey tested was similar to that shown in the photograph, except that it was fitted with a Sturmey-Archer three-speed hub gear. At various times he was based in Reading, London and Coventry, and held positions including building surveyor, architectural team leader, technical writer, technical information manager and information security manager. But perhaps Tony’s most unusual broadcasting-related achievement was doing the voice-over for a Wranglers jeans advert in Flemish. Resisting the Virgin Queen Sir Francis Englefield, Edmund Plowden and William Woollascott were all Thames Valley gentry who resisted Queen Elizabeth’s orders to conform to the Church of England. From Trevithick to Barnes Wallis – engineering in the family Tony Hadland’s father-in-law, Herbert Jeffree, was chief physicist at the British Aircraft Corporation and worked with Barnes Wallis. I enquired at Batavus about who designed the New Fashion. Later he used an old black BSA three-speed hub. The bicycle, which folded for easy storage, was kept in the office as emergency transport. Tony Hadland is William Gill’s great-great-nephew and tells the fascinating story of this courageous and very Victorian character. However, it is unclear whether Royal Enfield used a single numbering sequence for all their models or a separate series for the Revelation.
One of the most interesting came from a Mr John A. The late Vic Bott, designer of the Royal Enfield Revelation, with his creation. This featured Michael Woolf of Moulton Preservation. Tony Hadland knew Alex well and in this talk, he tells the story of Alex and his inventions. It transpired that the machine belonged to Bill Whyte, who is a V-CC member living in Harrow. The main differences seem to be in wheel format and front fork design. The Petit Bi is lighter than the ordinary bicycle. Introducing Cork and Kerry Cork and Kerry in south-west Ireland are two of the most beautiful counties in the North Atlantic archipelago. Apart from the books described on his website, Tony wrote and edited many technical manuals for Barclays Bank, both paper and screen-based. In getting to the truth, family myths have been deconstructed to reveal a fascinating story that earlier generations would have found shocking. These machines were essentially unpowered Scamps: the tyres were Avon Moped Grips, the CLB handgrips included a twistgrip throttle and the saddle’s vertical adjustment was minimal. They include an English painter and pioneering photographer, a mysterious Indian lady and a handsome Irish soldier with divided loyalties. The Duke and the Miner’s Daughter Family tradition said that Tony’s great-grandfather, Thomas Young, was the illegitimate son of a Duke. This talk focuses on that visit, with coverage including lots more wildlife on Sea Lion Island and Volunteer Point, and also takes in Stanley, Wireless Ridge, Mount Pleasant, Port Howard and Darwin. His wife, photographer Rosemary Hadland, co-presents the travel talks and often accompanies him as a ‘roadie’. During this period Tony also produced many of BBC Radio London’s promotional voice-overs and jingles, and did stand-in work on BBC Radio Oxford. Part of a catalogue for the entire range of Royal Enfield bicycles. As a result I received many letters about Moultons and related subjects. It’s in the bag! – an Introduction to Portable Cycles Portable cycles is a term that includes folding and separable bicycles and compressible or folding tricycles. One of the directors, former Team Viking manager Bob Thom, together with others, formed a new Viking company. At various times, the firm also made motorcycles, cars, munitions and gears for bicycles and motorcycles. Another branch of the Yate family lived nearby at Lyford, where they sheltered clandestine nuns and the Jesuit Edmund Campion