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Carson City, Nevada,
18.11.2016, 21:52
 

1942 #800 (Brockhouse Corgi)

Hello i just found this welbike #800 1942 bike would like to restore it any info would be great

Thanks Ronnie [image]

slaapstad(R)

24.11.2016, 03:53

@ MOOSE

1942 #800

Hello i just found this welbike #800 1942 bike would like to restore it any
info would be great

Thanks Ronnie [image]

Hi Ronnie,

I'm new to this as well and quite frankly, this site seems to be as dead as a dodo. I've seen mausoleums with more activity........

My machines are Brockhouse Corgi's, regrettably I don't have a Welbike! I'm not sure where on the planet you are located in, but I can tell yo that in the UK there is a bloke by the name of Ron Pier who has a Welbike and knows British WD machines inside out. He owns a lively Welbike - and to boot he is one of the most helpful, enthusiastic people I have ever had contact with.
The easiest way to touch sides with him would be via the BSA M20 forum, which can be located at http://pub37.bravenet.com/forum/static/show.php?usernum=3155626639&frmid=0&msgid=0 - or just google BSA M20 Forum.
Drop a post asking for info on the Welbike and mention that you'd like to touch sides with Ron. He's very active and I'm sure will get back to you quickly.
Enjoy your machine!
Cheers,

Bruce

MOOSE(R)

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Carson City, Nevada,
24.11.2016, 21:28

@ slaapstad

1942 #800

Hello i just found this welbike #800 1942 bike would like to restore it
any
info would be great

Thanks Ronnie [image]

Hi Ronnie,

I'm new to this as well and quite frankly, this site seems to be as dead as
a dodo. I've seen mausoleums with more activity........

My machines are Brockhouse Corgi's, regrettably I don't have a Welbike! I'm
not sure where on the planet you are located in, but I can tell yo that in
the UK there is a bloke by the name of Ron Pier who has a Welbike and knows
British WD machines inside out. He owns a lively Welbike - and to boot he
is one of the most helpful, enthusiastic people I have ever had contact
with.
The easiest way to touch sides with him would be via the BSA M20 forum,
which can be located at
http://pub37.bravenet.com/forum/static/show.php?usernum=3155626639&frmid=0&msgid=0
- or just google BSA M20 Forum.
Drop a post asking for info on the Welbike and mention that you'd like to
touch sides with Ron. He's very active and I'm sure will get back to you
quickly.
Enjoy your machine!
Cheers,

Bruce

Happy Thanksgiving Bruce,

Thank you for the info on the bike and yes it's hard to find forums
that talk much on this bike i will try to talk with Ron on the BSA forum i have sense painted the welbike to army green and i found out that this bike is one of the first 1200 bike ever built .
Oh I live in Carson City Nevada USA hope to talk with you more

Thanks
Ronnie Hancock

slaapstad(R)

05.12.2016, 01:53

@ MOOSE

1942 #800

Hello i just found this welbike #800 1942 bike would like to restore
it
any
info would be great

Thanks Ronnie [image]

Hi Ronnie,

I'm new to this as well and quite frankly, this site seems to be as dead
as
a dodo. I've seen mausoleums with more activity........

My machines are Brockhouse Corgi's, regrettably I don't have a Welbike!
I'm
not sure where on the planet you are located in, but I can tell yo that
in
the UK there is a bloke by the name of Ron Pier who has a Welbike and
knows
British WD machines inside out. He owns a lively Welbike - and to boot
he
is one of the most helpful, enthusiastic people I have ever had contact
with.
The easiest way to touch sides with him would be via the BSA M20 forum,
which can be located at

http://pub37.bravenet.com/forum/static/show.php?usernum=3155626639&frmid=0&msgid=0
- or just google BSA M20 Forum.
Drop a post asking for info on the Welbike and mention that you'd like
to
touch sides with Ron. He's very active and I'm sure will get back to you
quickly.
Enjoy your machine!
Cheers,

Bruce

Happy Thanksgiving Bruce,

Thank you for the info on the bike and yes it's hard to find forums
that talk much on this bike i will try to talk with Ron on the BSA forum i
have sense painted the welbike to army green and i found out that this bike
is one of the first 1200 bike ever built .
Oh I live in Carson City Nevada USA hope to talk with you more

Thanks
Ronnie Hancock

Hi Ronnie - good luck with the bike. I'm in South Africa - so equally far away from where things are happening in the UK! Hope that you've managed to get a response from the WD Motorcycle Forum. A lot of excellent info there and a really great group of very knowledgeable and helpful people.
Cheers,
Bruce