The club has lost its use of the Coleraine Yacht Club for its meetings.
For the foreseeable future the club will be meeting in the 
Executive Room at Coleraine Football Club on the Ballycastle Road.

 

 

 

 

The club's AGM took place on Wednesday 21st March and the elected office bearers are as follows:

President: Alfie Blair
Vice President: John Scott
Chairman: Eddie Johnston MBE
Vice Chairman: John Blair
Secretary: Nat Magee
Treasurer: Eddie Johnston Sr
Assistant Treasurer: William McIntyre
Competition Secretaries: Alfie Blair, John Scott
Committee: Jimmy O'Kane, Cathal Corr, Damien Maguire,
George Wilson, Robert Anderson, Ralph McIlfatrick
AOVC Delegates: David Pattison, Sylvia Moody, Paula Thompson
Press and Publicity Organiser: Michael Patton
Website and Computer Manager: Nat Magee

John Logan has sent in a couple of pictures of 
beach racing on Portstewart Strand from 1931

 

At October's Club meeting, George Wilson brought along his recently completed Puch 250 split single. This is a 1967 model and badged as a Sears for the American market. George gave a presentation on the workings and history of the split single and afterwards started up the Puch outside the clubhouse.

 

 

 At the June club meeting, Dickie Martin gave an excellent talk on the history of autocyles and cyclemotors, and tales of the Wirral Wobblers' recent visit to Northern Ireland whom he accompanied. Dickie also brought along a vintage autocycle and its modern equivalent. 

Dickie demonstrated the bikes in the car park.

 

 

Ralph's run to Mount Druid took place on Saturday 11th July. Before the event, the riders were treated to breakfast in Coleraine by the Club President, John Logan. The members then headed off to the Ballintoy show leaving behind the rain and enjoyed a sunny day at Mount Druid.

Riders at Asda cafe

Members at Mount Druid Show, Ballintoy

 

 

The RNLI lifeboat run took place on Sunday 29th May. The members completed a lap of Portrush then joined the Coleraine and District Historic Car Club for a display on Kerr Street and a visit to the RNLI lifeboat station.