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Pete Gagan

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Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group

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Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group

467 Thorn Ridge Cr.

Amherstburg, Ontario,N9V 3X4

Canada

Company Description

The CVMG is a non-profit organization aimed at promoting the use, restoration and interest in older motorcycles and those of historic interest.... more

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Affiliations

Vintage Motor Cycle Club Limited

Active Member


Indian Four Club

Charter Member


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Curtis Racing Frames: History of CMR-Products

curtisracingframes.com [cached]

However, one of my employees, Lief Sorenson, wanted to build such a bike, and here you see the finished product - it was raced by Leif and ended up in the hands of Peter Gagan, founder of Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group (CVMG), who sent me this photo in the late 80's.
Thanks Peter.


www.aimag.com

A replica of the special 580 cc Indian TT model V-twin has been built by Canadian entrant Peter Gagan and on Friday, June 10, 2011 it will lead the centenary parade lap for historic machines.
None of these special machines survived intact to the present day, but fortunately about 10 years ago Peter Gagan located a 580 cc Indian racing engine in England. It may have been from one of the original TT machines but the records that could verify it do not exist. Working from his home in White Rock, British Columbia, Gagan constructed a replica using a 1911 Indian frame and transmission. No drawings of the TT bikes exist, so the frame modifications and exhaust pipes had to be fabricated according to photographs of the originals. The machine bears Godfrey's race number 26. Gagan has a lifetime of experience with early motorcycles, having been a member for more than 50 years of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America, of which he is past president. He has also served as president of the Antique Motorcycle Foundation and was founder of the Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group. Gagan and his team are eager to hear from potential sponsors of this historic return to the legendary Isle of Man. They can be reached at petegagan@blaze.ca.


socalamca.org

A replica of the special 580 cc Indian TT model V-twin has been built by Canadian entrant Peter Gagan and on Friday, June 10, 2011 it will lead the centenary parade lap for historic machines.
None of these special machines survived intact to the present day, but fortunately about 10 years ago Peter Gagan located a 580 cc Indian racing engine in England. It may have been from one of the original TT machines but the records that could verify it do not exist. Working from his home in White Rock, British Columbia, Gagan constructed a replica using a 1911 Indian frame and transmission. No drawings of the TT bikes exist, so the frame modifications and exhaust pipes had to be fabricated according to photographs of the originals. The machine bears Godfrey's race number 26. Gagan has a lifetime of experience with early motorcycles, having been a member for more than 50 years of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America, of which he is past president. He has also served as president of the Antique Motorcycle Foundation and was founder of the Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group. Gagan and his team are eager to hear from potential sponsors of this historic return to the legendary Isle of Man. They can be reached at petegagan@blaze.ca


www.ahrma.org

A replica of the special 580 cc Indian TT model V-twin has been built by Canadian entrant Peter Gagan and on Friday, June 10, 2011 it will lead the centenary parade lap for historic machines.
None of these special machines survived intact to the present day, but fortunately about 10 years ago Peter Gagan located a 580 cc Indian racing engine in England. It may have been from one of the original TT machines but the records that could verify it do not exist. Working from his home in White Rock, British Columbia, Gagan constructed a replica using a 1911 Indian frame and transmission. No drawings of the TT bikes exist, so the frame modifications and exhaust pipes had to be fabricated according to photographs of the originals. The machine bears Godfrey's race number 26. Gagan has a lifetime of experience with early motorcycles, having been a member for more than 50 years of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America, of which he is past president. He has also served as president of the Antique Motorcycle Foundation and was founder of the Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group. Gagan and his team are eager to hear from potential sponsors of this historic return to the legendary Isle of Man. They can be reached at petegagan@blaze.ca.


wcbsblog.com

Genevieve Schmitt, Carla King, Basem Wasef, Pete Gagan,
June 4 - Pete Gagan Pete Gagan is the (recent) past president of the Antique Motorcycle Club of America, which he joined in 1959. He founded the Canadian Vintage Motorcycle Group (CVMG) in the late 1960s. An avid collector and restorer, he's owned some 150 vintage bikes over the years. He's also actively participated in vintage roadracing. The Legend of Fireball Fleming is his first novel. (www.antiquemotorcycle.org) Adrian Blake | BlogTalkRadio | Genevieve Schmitt | Carla King | Basem Wasef | Pete Gagan | Laurel C. Allen | Mark Gardiner | Ride! | Legendary Motorcycles | The Legend of Fireball Fleming | Under The Radar | Woman Rider Magazine | WomenRidersNow.com | BMW Racing Motorcycles | The Mastery of Speed | Whitehorse Press | Motorbooks International | Adrian Blake Communications | 2008 MAX Award | Twistgrip | Antique Motorcycle Club of America


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