AJS Motor Cycle Club

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Specifications

Item:Prize medal
Year:1926-27
Diameter:32.4mm w. ring, 14.58g
Material:15ct Gold

The AJS Motor Cycle Club is a seniors only competition club with its headquarters in Waneroo. The club is a member of Motorcycling Australia and falls under the direction of the state controlling body – Motorcycling WA (MWA). AJS was the name used for cars and motorcycles made by the Wolverhampton (England) company AJ Stevens & Co. Ltd from 1909 to 1931. See also A.J.S. CLUB . The Daily News, 22 June 1927, p. 7 Annual Points Competition where EJ Hedges is listed as having won the Annual Points Competition for two successive years.Ernest James Hedges died in South Perth on 1 June 1977, aged 74.

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