In the afternoon
prizes were presented by Mrs. Iliff and George Peck for
several categories. They were as follows:
The Ken Green award for
the best motorcycle combination went to Mark Homer for
his Sunbeam Lion from 1932.
The Glynne Morris award
for the most desirable bicycle went to Peter Ashen for
his Royal Sunbeam from 1907.
The Walter Iliff award
for the highest combined age of machine and rider went
to Bill Barton for his Sunbeam General Service from
The George Peck award
for the best saddle tank went to R.J. Cook for his model
8 from 1935.
The Cyril Wakeman award
for the best flat tank went to Tom Bates for his model 1
The George Dance award
for the best competition motorcycle went to Archie Beggs
for his model 90 from 1928.
The Jeff Brazendale award
for the machine ridden furthest to the event went
to Derek Burns and his model 9 from 1927.
The most desirable motorcycle
award went to Peter Aleksandrowicz for his
3½hp. Sunbeam from 1916.
As always an
extremely friendly atmosphere prevailed and it was a
most enjoyable day. Thanks must go to Audrey and Derek
Spencer for providing the gazebo, and everyone else
involved in the organisation and running of the event.