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The British Two Stroke Club Ltd
Welcome to the showcase of the British Two-Stroke Club. This website is not intended to be a place for technical information instead it shows the activities that the club is involved in
The British Two Stroke Club Ltd is a company
registered in England and Wales.
Company No. 4815138. Registered Address:
8 Pagham Gardens
1. Do I need to own a two-stroke motorcycle or three-wheeler to join the club?
No, you do not have to own a two-stroke machine but should have an interest in the two-stroke engine.
2. Is there a upper or lower age limit to membership?
The club caters for all ages of enthusiast of the two-stroke engine.
3. Can you identify the make and model of my bike?
Yes, we have experts in each make who can help
4. Can I advertise my bike for sale in your magazine?
Advertising on the “for sale / wanted” section of our magazine is only open to members.
5. How do I join the club and is there a joining fee?
Go to the Join us page and print out a membership form.
6. Do you only cater for British manufactured bikes?
No, our club caters for any and all makes and models of two-stroke motorcycles. Some of our members own and ride British vehicles as well as Japanese, Indian, Italian, French and German machines.
7. Does the club have a spares scheme?
No the club does not have a dedicated spares scheme due to the wide variety of machines we cover. Adverts placed in our bi-monthly magazine are a good place to ask for spares.
8. Can you value my bike?
No, we not able to carry this out, try your insurance company for a valuation
9. When and where does the club meet?
Regular section meeting details are available within the club magazine