I am searching of members of the 1960s 171 club.
I am searching for members of the 171 club that existed in Manchester in the 1960s and 70s.
They set up an amazing service transporting organs between Manchester and Liverpool.
If anyone was a member, or knows someone who might have been or might have information on the club, I would be ecstatic if you would get in touch.
my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
I was a member of the Suzuki Owners Club in the early 70's and still see
some members of the Club. My name is Edward Molloy and I still see
Jimmy Denton, Roy Bedson, John Bedson on a regular basis (the last 35 years).
We still occasionally see members of the 171 Club and will inform them of
Cheers Eddie that would be great. I actually think we have made contact iwth Jimmy Denton as well!
If you wouldn't mind sending me your personal email address and telephone number I would love to have a chat with you.
you can email me at Georgina@171club.com
Hi, my friends and I used to go to the 171 club on a regular basis, they
include, John Solomon, Doug Calvert, Steve Davies, Pete Harris and I am
still in touch with most of them. Happy days !
I used to go to the 171 club between 1970 and 1972 until I moved to Bournemouth. At the time I owned a 1969 Triumph 650cc Trophy USA export model, reg RRJ 646H
I remember Tony Lloyd well... Once, Honda dealer Bill Smith came from Chester to do a talk to the lads about the new CB750K1
Downstairs was a cafe, and small library which had a selection of motorcycle mags to peruse.
My Brother was a member ( manchester ) his nic name was skip ..back in them days ( johnny ) ..name may ring some bells ??
G'Day yes i use to go to the club back in the 70's , in fact i put alot of the bike posters up as i worked at motorcycle center in stockport then , great times there , films upstairs cafe down stairs , and the loco pub just on the corner where the triumph owners club ened up at .
some times you could even work on ya bike up stairs as lots of us donated tools , i think my brother even put a bit of concrete down stars too , Great Days , and Tony was the nicest of guys , why dont we have motorcycle clubs like that today ?
Regards .......Johnny Mees / Skippy
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