Chairman ( Director )
Joined the Register in 1972 and bought my first real Riley in 1973 from an ad in the E&M, this was a 1936 Kestrel Sprite BVC 832, now I'm told converted to a Special. Have owned total of 10 different 1930's Riley’s since.
Committed to the Register, having attended every National Rally since 1978 and have judged the Clifford Stanley class in the concours for many years. Proposed and donated the annual 'Bull' trophy in 1986 and am currently the lead judge of a team of 3.
Reinvigorated the Sussex Area in 1978 and was Area Sec for 18 years until 1996. Joined the national committee in 2010 and was chairman from 2012-2017. Organised with a local team, a number of events including AGM weekend and the Diamond Jubilee in 2014.
A member of the Riley Motor Club and served on their London Centre committee during the 1980's as an event’s organiser.
Quality Director & Problem Manager
Mike owns/drives a 1933 Ascot(12/4) and a 1937 Lynx Sprite - and has been rebuilding a 1933 9hp Trinity for some years! Prior to joining RRSL Mike was the Riley Register Area Secretary for Devon and Somerset.
As Quality Manager, Mike is the first point of contact for any queries raised by the membership.
I've been a Register Member since 1992 when I bought my 1938 Six-Light Kestrel as a barn find. I restored it over 6 years and still own it 27 years later. I spent 20 years sourcing and selling used Riley parts as a hobby with two Riley friends while jointly finishing a part restored '9' Lynx and building two Specials; a Brooklands Replica and a 'Big4' . All of this leading to a broad knowledge of the various Riley configurations, but 27 years is only a 'toe in the water' with the Riley.
Director & Company Secretary
David has been a Director and the Company Secretary since October 2013.
He owns and drives a 1937 Riley 12/4 Lynx.
No-one currently in Post
Technical team member
Currently rebuilding a 9HP Gamecock, with a 1932 Monaco awaiting resurrection.
CAD Design and Drawings
Chartered Mechanical Engineer. Got hooked on Riley at a young age. Dad got his ‘34 six cylinder Kestrel in the late 60s and built a ‘31 9hp special and raced it during the 80s when I was growing up, so playing with vintage machinery has always been part of life. Acquired my ‘33 Monaco in 2004 and spent 9 years piecing it back together. Now working on a Blue Streak Kestrel. Active in the VSCC, competing with our 1911 Wolseley and rallies in the Monaco.
Sales and Stores
James runs our stores operation for us and handles all the aspects of parts provision from goods inwards inspection through dealing with enquires from members to dispatching parts to members in all corners of the world.
James has a number of prewar Riley cars that are work in progress and occupy his leisure time,