West Coast British Racing
aka WCBR
West Coast British/WCBR 
190 Airway Blvd.,
Livermore, CA. 94551.
925-606-8301 Phone
925-606-8302 Fax


Business Hours: M-F 9-6 daily.

West Coast British was opened in April of 1981. Originally located in Dublin, California,
We moved to our present location in 1993.

When we first opened we specialised in nearly everything British, this included Land Rover's, sportscars and of course motorcycles.
For
Land Rover's and/or the Off-Road Experience, please use the links below to visit our other sites.
www.offroadexperience.com/wcb
www.offroadexperience.com

Dedicated to Motorcycle racing..
.

This web site is dedicated to
motorcycle racing, something WCBR has been involved with since it opened its doors. 
It is our aim to entertain you a bit, show you the bikes and people - even when we were kids, that would later make up
WCBR.. Along the way we'll share some history with you, including how vintage racing as we now know it today came to be. Use the link at the right to surf our site.  We hope you enjoy it.  MG



Michael Green on the WCBR-Ducati 350 during the Trans Atlantic Match Races, Laguna Seca Raceway, 1998
Michael Green wins the first AFM-BoTT race at Sears Point, August 1981 on Triumph T140.
Page Links for WCBR...
MOTOCROSS...
ROAD RACING; Production, BoTT, Vintage
WCBR-Ducati -Our Racers
Customer Machines... Ducati by WCBR
Customer Machines... BSA & Triumph
Ducati LS500GP by WCBR
Ducati Single Service Material by WCBR
Record Keeping for your Road Racer
Sunbeam Road Racer, 1929
Parts Department - All
CVRG & AHRMA
BIO
Mike's Bikes...
Trials Bikes
Sponsors
Kids Racing
Additional Links...
BSA C15 (UK) web site. See "Specials"
AHRMA
VMOTO
Cycle World Magazine
Road Racing World
Rich Oliver's Mystery School
Classic Racer
Motorbike Search UK
Classic Motorbikes Wiki

AHRMA Road Racing Proposal
e-mail us at wcbr@netzero.com
ATTENTION: This site is under contruction
Please come back and visit us again.
Above: Inside WCBR prior to Daytona 1989.
Below: Mike Green once again on WCBR1 Triumph 750, this time at Laguna Seca 2003.