Pre 65 Motocross Club - Lamarsh
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Pre 65 Motocross Club - Lamarsh

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Panoramic view of a classic motorcycle scramble at Lamarsh in Suffolk.

The Pre 65 club consists of bikes (and riders generally) manufactured before 1965. The sport is also called Pre-65 Motocross or Classic Motocross.

Most races are hosted at Marks Tey in Colchester

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