2016 Concours Results


2016 Bill Ford Memorial Classic Motorcycle Award

1933 BSA G33/13 [#3] – Sam Jackson

2016 Motorcycle of Most Technical Interest

1966 Vincent-engined Cooper 500cc Formula 3 racer [#1] – Bill Norton


Featured Marque: Vincent

1st 1952 Vincent Comet [#5] – Jan Wiley
2nd 1950 Vincent Rapide [#26] – Bruce Metcalf
3rd 1955 Vincent Black Prince [#24] – Justin McKay-Smith


British & European Marques

British & European Veteran (pre 1952)
1st 1933 BSA G33/13 [#3] – Sam Jackson

Triumph Twins (pre oil-in-fame models 1963-up)
1st 1967 Bonneville [#19] – Ed Aker

Triumph Twins (oil-in-fame models 1971-1983)
1st 1977 Bonneville [#33] – Robert Beadslee

Norton Commando
1st 1973 Commando [#2] – Tom Glinka
2nd 1975 Commando [#18] – David Smith
3rd 1972 Commando [#21] – Don Broxon

German Classic (1970 to 1983)
1st 1981 BMW R80GS [#17] – Dave Larabee
2nd 1981 BMW R80GS [#25] – Sean Lee
3rd 1971 BMW R75/5 [#29] – Ryan Ogle

Italian
1st 1969 Moto Guzzi [#14] – Mark Lorsett
2nd 1975 HD Aeramacchi [#8] – Robbie Embrey
3rd 1975 Ducati 750GT [#4] – Jack Fiero

British & European Scrambler/Dual Purpose
1st 1967 BSA Victor [#11] – Ray LaForre
2nd 1971 Bultaco [#6] – Brian McQuaid

British & European Competition (Road)
1st 1973 Triumph TR5 [#?] – Bob Kalbacher

British & European Comptition (Off Road)
1st 1970 Cheney [#12] – Ray LaForre
2nd 1976 Bultaco [#7] – Brian McQuaid

British & European Café Racer
1st 1979 Triumph T140 [#20] – Ed Aker

British & European Custom/Chopper
1st 1972 Triumph [#13] – Justin Reid
2nd 1970 Triumph [#28] – Tom Reid

British & European Specials
1st 1971 Triumph Street Tracker [#27] – Eric Holtje


Support Classes

Hinckley Triumphs – WaterCooled
2013 Triumph Tiger 800 [#31] – Robert Beerslee

Modern (Indian built) Royal Enfields
2008 Royal Enfield [#30] – Robert Dew