Club member Denis Crowley has come across a clip from 1988 that is available to view on the RTE archives. The clip is well worth a view and includes interviews with entrants and organisers as well as some familiar, and unfamiliar, landscapes. Click on link below to view.
Approximately 140 vintage bikes take to the roads of West Cork & Kerry over the next few days in the club’s annual National Assembly.
Check out the National webpage here.
The 63rd running of the Cork Veteran Run took place last Saturday and after a rather overcast start, at Keary’s BMW in Little Island, warm sunshine followed the 80, or so, crews for the remainder of the day. Alan Cavanagh prepared a most enjoyable morning’s run that passed thro’ Glounthaune, onto Rathcormac, Ballyhooley, on past …
Almost 80 entries took to the roads for the Cork Veteran Run today. We’ll have a report soon, but a few pics here to keep you going!
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The 21st July is fast approaching when we hold the 63rd Cork Veteran Run.
There will be two routes, a relatively short run of approximately 70 miles, with an optional longer run for those who prefer a greater distance. Both will go to the same lunch halt and finish.
Again, Keary’s BMW, Little Island, Cork are providing sponsorship for this year’s event. The start will be from Keary’s BMW, Little Island, lunch halt will be at the Springfort Hall Hotel and the finish and prizegiving will be at The Brook Inn, Sallybrook in Glanmire.
Eligible vehicles will be any mechanically propelled vehicle manufactured prior to 31/12/1977 (with invitees to 31/12/1987 or other suitable vehicles at the discretion of the Organisers).
The Entry Fee will be €20. Full event details are included in the Entry Form and Regulations (see links below).