Support our CRMC Sponsors 

We are very pleased to have the support of these loyal sponsors in 2017.  
Please show them it is worthwhile sponsoring the CRMC and use them when you can - and don’t forget to mention the CRMC! 
If you are interested in becoming a CRMC sponsor, please contact for more details. 
Sponsors are Listed in Alphabetical Order - Name, Website & email (if applicable) 

ACU Ltd 

We are very grateful for the ACU support again in 2016 for the ACU 500 Classic and ACU 350 Post Classic Championships. 

Allens Performance 

Allen’s Performance provides parts for road racing, drag racing, motocross, trials enduro, speedway, grasstrack, circuit car racing and hill climbs. Quality performance parts combined with our experience in the motorcycle and motorsport industry. We have specialised in distribution of performance parts since 1983. 

Adhesives Applications 

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Avon Motorsport 

Many of our classic bikes race on Avon Tyres. Avon also co-sponsor the new Superstock Class with Louigi Moto. CRMC member Ian Sinclair can supply and fit Avon tyres at CRMC events. 

Classic Racer Magazine 

The popular magazine is the principal sponsor of the Classic Racer Syndicate and the Wheatcroft Trophy 

Davies Motorsport 

Davies Motorsport are well known for their range of ultra-competitive Honda 350 and Honda 500 race bikes, parts and services.  

Earnshaws Motorcycles 

Earnshaws Motorcycles was established in 1906 and are now one of the leading motorcycle dealerships in West Yorkshire. Earnshaws are keen supporters of the 125cc races, as Jerry Lodge of Earnshaws supplies and helps look after many of the machines racing - thanks Jerry, your support is very much appreciated. 

Hercberg International 

We are pleased that Peter Hercberg and his company are continuing their support of the King of the Classics races 

Kevin Fawsitt 

Kindly sponsors the air-cooled 500cc class, donating £100 at each meeting - thank you Kevin! 

Molnar Precision incorporating TGA 

We are a manufacturing company dedicated to high performance British classic bikes for the road and race track. 
From 2017, TGA are a subsidiary of Molnar Manx and will be present at CRMC events, supplying tyres and racing spares. TGA have been a long-term sponsor of CRMC events and we are pleased they will continue to be represented and supporting races. 

SDS MOT & Repairs 

Tel: 01327 315395 
Steve Dobbie’s garage in Daventry offers MOT, servicing and repairs for cars, vans and, of course, motorcycles 

Norton Owners Club 

The official website of the Norton Owners Club 
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Pewsey Precision 

Details to follow 

Scitsu Instruments 

Manufacturer and supplier of racing tachometers and temperature gauges, Woodview are now the manufacturers and suppliers of the evergreen Scitsu tachos, a firm favourite for most racers Tel. 0114 2461638 email 
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Spencer Racing in association with Discount Fascias 

Details to follow 

Louigi Moto 

Louigi Moto are specialist tuners of racing Ducati motorcycles, priding themselves on producing high-specification race bikes that are competitive and reliable. 

Minnovation Racing 

Starting with the acquisition of George Beale’s G50 engine business, Minnovation offer customers complete bikes built to a very high standard 

Sport-Pics Sport Photography 

Official CRMC event photographer, Russell and Sharon Lee are at all CRMC events, photographing all the riders and races. Many of the images used on this CRMC website are kindly supplied by Sport-Pics 

StrainSense Ltd 

StrainSense supply a wide range of sensors into autosport and other industries; with sensors used in Moto GP, F1 and a host of other classes. StrainSense also co-sponsor riders in the CRMC and ICGP series. 
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Three Bears Syndicate 

Details to follow 


Ultratape is the brand name of Bruce Douglas Marketing Limited, a company which has been supplying all kinds of specialist adhesive tapes to industrial, retail, wholesale and export markets for over twenty years. 

Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club 

The club’s number one aim is to promote the enjoyment of Japanese motorcycles, pure and simple. You don’t even need to own a bike to be a member! How open-minded is that?