TVRC Social Network.

The very first TVRC race was October, 1988. Since then it's been Old Dudes, Old Bikes (both getting older!), Old Stories, and New Fun!


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HELLO EVERYONE. Welcome to the TVRC "social network" website. There's bound to be some folks on here you already know, some folks you knew way back when, and some folks you haven't yet met, so please take time to visit members' individual pages. Check out all the great photos that have been posted. Some of which, you may recognize from the pages of publications back in the day. Most of them, however, are simply candid shots that evoke the greatness of it all. Also, be sure to check out the official Texas Vintage Racing Club website at: http://www.tvrc.org   for race news, results, club rules (gotta have em'!), race class structure, and other good information.

Speaking of TVRC, membership dues are just $40.00 per year! That entitles you to a free dinner at the Annual TVRC Banquet, entry to various other TVRC social functions , a chance for free items such as tires, jackets, race clothing, motorcycle lubricants, and plenty of other cool schwag which is awarded to members at each annual banquet, as well as other times throughout the year.

Unofficial benefits include making some new buddies (you know you could use em'!), historically accurate and un-distorted discussion of racing and all things vintage-moto related. MOST IMPORTANTLY, your dues paying membership helps to insure that Texas Vintage Racing Club continues to lead all others as the longest running, continually active vintage motocross club in America. Pretty cool, eh?

To join the club, just buzz over to the other site ,http://www.tvrc.org/ and click on the "TVRC Member Application Link".   You'll find it located in the left-hand margin. In the meantime, we enjoy your company on this site and encourage you to spread the word to any and all who know and appreciate the greatness of vintage motocross!
Remember - "If You Don't Know Newkirk, You Don't Know Jack !!!"



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Ignition Advice---to PVL, or not to PVL? 4 Replies

Started by Tim Startz in Sample Title. Last reply by Garrett English Apr 27.

77 and 80 model yz125

Started by Garrett English in Sample Title Apr 27.

3/8 24 thread chain adjuster bolts 1 Reply

Started by Joe Bixby in Sample Title. Last reply by Joe Edwards Apr 26.

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Kendall Cranston is now a member of TEXAS VINTAGE RACING CLUB
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Mike Partain commented on Mike Partain's photo


"Well it was intense but we got Walden signed, pending the Wada test."
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Garrett English commented on Craig Knight's group Wanted / For Sale
"Hey guys I'm in search of a 77 and 80 model yz125 if yall know of one for sale or someone who would might let one go please contact me 409-988-4523 or g.english776@gmail.com"
Apr 27
Garrett English joined Craig Knight's group

Wanted / For Sale

A place to post parts, bikes, gear needed or wanted, and stuff for sale, trade, or giveaway.
Apr 27
Garrett English replied to Tim Startz's discussion Ignition Advice---to PVL, or not to PVL?
"Tim if you haven't commited to the pvl it's worth the money I was having the same issues as Leland but with a 74 mx100 I was struggling in races then put my pvl on and next race won 3 out of 4 motos and that's the only thing I did to…"
Apr 27
Garrett English posted a discussion

77 and 80 model yz125

Hello fellow vintage racers I'm trying to locate a 77 model and 80 model yz125 if anyone knows of one for sale or someone who would might let one go send them my way it would be greatly appreciated. My number is 409-988-4523
Apr 27
Joe Edwards replied to Joe Bixby's discussion 3/8 24 thread chain adjuster bolts
"Busby, what would be the reason not to use them? Frame rust and breaking them off? I would think if you ran a tap through the frame, start with good clean threads and some anit-seize you would be good. Best bet would be to run a cheap chain and…"
Apr 26
Joe Bixby posted a discussion

3/8 24 thread chain adjuster bolts

I need chain adjuster bolts for my 69 -70 American Eagle Geronimo .They are 3/8 24 fine thread  fully threaded  2 1/2 inches long  . Fastenal has some  stainless steel but  ive been told  not to use them  they thread into the frame. Any thoughts on this?                                      JoeSee More
Apr 25
bob marsh replied to bob marsh's discussion Stolen motorcycles in San Antonio
"Oh yes 2 1983 IT490's   1 1984 IT490 1 1983 IT175 1-1984 IT200 1-1985 IT200"
Apr 25
bob marsh posted a discussion

Stolen motorcycles in San Antonio

I just wanted to let everyone know about a theft at my place back about 6 months ago(halloween 2014). Thieves broke in and stole quite a few bikes and a 18 ft car hauling trailer with a winch welded on front along with tools and tons of other stuff. but the items that should interest ya'll is the vintage bikes...I have the serial numbers of both frames and motors..here is the list: 1983 KTM 495-3 1984 KTM 4952-1991 KTM 300exc 1995 KTM 300exc76 MR2501975 MR1751975 MT2501976 KD1251976 YZ400C1977…See More
Apr 25
Profile Iconbob marsh and steve tomlinson joined TEXAS VINTAGE RACING CLUB
Apr 25
Brian L Brown posted photos
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Apr 21
Mark Kowalczyk posted photos
Apr 20
Greg Davidovich replied to Albert Newmann's discussion Bring your rubber boots to Jefferson this weekend.
"Keep the updates coming weatherman, thanks for doing this Albert"
Apr 17
Albert Newmann replied to Albert Newmann's discussion Bring your rubber boots to Jefferson this weekend.
"Track drying out today and Don has pumps around various low spots, however Weather Underground is predicting about 3/4" on Friday and a small amount possible for Saturday. Reports this evening have a pretty decent amount of people already at…"
Apr 15
Paul Burnett posted a status
"Anyone have a CR 125M motor for rent or sale for DD this weekend?. I lost the tranny this weekend and work has me traveling until Thu late,"
Apr 14
Albert Newmann posted a discussion

Bring your rubber boots to Jefferson this weekend.

Looks like muck boots will be the fashion statement this weekend at Diamonds. I have a few pictures drifting in already. Parking doesn't look too bad at the moment but the track does have some water holding from what I can tell. Will have more tomorrow.See More
Apr 14

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