Britain's oldest biker at 94
At 94 years of age Reg Scott has been given the title of Britain's Oldest Biker.
With 74 years on the road, Reg started riding in 1937 when he paid £73 for a 490cc Norton 16H, a man who has only seven bikes to his biking CV, he now rides a new Honda CBR250R - purchased after taking £10,500 from the banker on Deal or no Deal.
With his award in hand, Reg commented: "I'm delighted to have been crowned Britain's Oldest Biker. Riding gives me a sense of freedom; it allows me to get around more easily while enjoying the open road. Age has nothing to do with it for me; I'll be on my bike for as long as I can."
From Norfolk, Reg was given the accolade from Bennetts after being recognised on their books as the oldest biker.