Well this is the first of a few the 4CMR assoc. repro WW1 Motorcycles we are having built, as this was the first, it was rather expensive, the side car was hand made along with its frame here in Canada, they had to make the jigs ect for the first one, so that added to the cost, there are still a few things that I feel need done, including ( and I really hate to do this to the bike) a bullet headlight and tail light on the Side car fender.
I had never driven a bike with a side car before, so I am still on the learning curve for that, also I have to stop putting in the clutch and try to slow down by putting my left foot on the shifter ( I used to ride British bikes only until 1988 when I broke my right knee cap for the 2nd time on a BSA Lighting)
So this morning was the first time since then, that I have ridden a Bike.
WE will be wearing high quality 4 CMR WW1 uniforms for the Horse Guards Change of Command Parade on Saturday
Her are some photos of the bike