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Mystery Club


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If you’ve heard all the stories about mods and rockers doing battle on the sea front, you might think bikers and scooterists were once all mortal enemies. But that wasn’t always true, and here's proof.

In (it’s thought) the 1960s, the Buckingham and District Motorcycle and Scooter Club met in the Woolpack pub in Well Street, Buckingham. This cast metal badge would be fixed to a member’s bike or scooter.

In the 1970s the landlord of the pub, a Mr. Steers, found a small heavy box full of these badges, tucked away in the pub. He thought that they dated from the previous decade.

The badge design is based on the county coat of arms. There’s a red and black background, and the county swan is wearing a duke’s coronet and a gold chain.

That’s all I could find out about this club. Does anyone out there know any more?

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Michael Baker

can you please tell me how I can subscribe to the site as the link does not seem to work??
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Roger Bradbury


you can subscribe by clicking on the link right at the top of the page, above the North Bucks Wanderer banner. I've just tested that link and it's fine.

But I think you must have tried the link that's at the bottom of each post; as you've found it isn't working. I didn't realise that, so thanks for letting me know. I shall investigate and put it right.


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