13 thoughts on “Welcome toAJS Matchless Australia”

  1. Who knows Darren Lamp or/and Bruce McKenzie (probably in Australia? or in GB? or “the rest of the world?) who own fotos of Ken Rivers. Ken circled Australia in 1952 with a 500 cc A.J.S in 1952.
    I would be very grateful for an answer and help!

    Bye for today says Bernd Tesch (expert for worldwide mc-travels in all continents 1887 until today). http://www.berndtesch.de

  2. Hi, just wondering if you have records of matchless motor bikes, i have a pic of my dad on one 1950’s (?) with rego clear, not sure if he owned or someone else’s bike, would love to find out if possible.

  3. Up for sale is my 1953 7RAJS I am the second owner this bike has big history in Australia and overseas this bike was brought into the country by the original owner who migrated here in 1955 from Island Bob Brown Race this motorbike once early days in the North West 500 for the original owner his bike had the lap record for many years at oran Park raced at every track in the GP in 1957 at Mount Druitt placed third up for sale

  4. Hi I have an AJS S3 v_twin 1931 and am hoping you guys in Australia may know somebody who owns one with the object of exchanging details to aid my renovation . Love to hear from anyone who can help. Have a great xmas. Regards Malcolm Searl UK

    1. Hi Malcolm, There was a Matchless M3 at our last rally, but I don’t know of an AJS S3. I will keep my eyes open for you.

  5. Hi guys , i,m trying to locate new fork stauntions for m20 ajs that i am restoring. Some advice would be helpful. Also i was looking for rear tapered bearing last post. found them available ex uk half price from steve amc spares, thanks guys appeciate your help regards Ando Bowen qld.

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