Welcome to this site!! If you live in the North West of England and have an interest in classic motorcycles but especially those of the AJS and Matchless (or any AMC marque) then you have come to the right place.
We are a group of enthusiasts that either own, have owned, would like to own or just have an interest in classic AJS & Matchless motorcycles. The parent company of these machines Associated Motor Cycles Ltd (AMC) collapsed in 1966, so these machines are mostly 50 years old or more.
We believe in keeping these examples of the British automotive history as part of an active road going experience for not only ourselves, but as an experience that can be shared with everyone. In order to promote this and enjoy our machines by using them as they were meant to be used we have a programme of events which we stage and/or attend each year.
There is also a social side to the sections activities with monthly meetings and regular runs out through the year.
WHERE WE MEET
PLEASE NOTE NEW MEETING LOCATION AND DAY FROM OCTOBER 2017
Charnock Richard Football Club
55 Charter Lane PR7 5LZ
On the first THURSDAY of the month starting at 8.00pm.
We are always happy to welcome anyone who has an interest in the AJS & Matchless machines so please feel free to come along to one of our meetings. A typical meeting will provide time for general chat, problem solving discussions, sales, part wants and event planning.
Bradford Industrial Museum Visit 5 members arrived at CRFC for the trip and we all piled into Richards car for the trip over to Bradford. It was good weather for the drive and on the way we passed a member of the club protesting at Chorley Hospital trying to keep the...read more
14 Riders turned up for the last run of the year planned and led by John Roddam. A little dull to start with but the clouds parted during the ride which turned out to be a wonderful saunter round the lanes through Brock Bottoms to Chipping and on to Dunsop Bridge for a break.read more
(Adventures of The Soggy Seven)
Seven members met at CRFC on a very wet morning. John said that the weather would clear up soon and we set off with promises of sun and swaying palm trees. In fact he was so sure that he didn’t put any overtrousers on. I soon found that my overtrousers were very good…….at keeping the water in!
Rose and I set off 4 days early and arrived at a caravan site about 30 miles north of the rally where we met Albert and Dianne from the Cheshire section. We towed the caravan with my van with the Ajay inside. It is a lovely campsite in the wood which is run by the forestry commission, so lots of walks and cycle trails. We visited Stamford where ‘Middlemarch’ was filmed – lovely town.read more