The Rover Sports Register
The club for every Rover enthusiast
The Rover Sports Register (RSR) was formed in October 1953 by enthusiasts for the pre-war Rover Sports Tourer, the reason for the distinctive name. Membership soon extended to other Rover models. Today, the club has members with Rover bicycles, motorcycles and cars from 1904 through to the last Rover 75s built, as well as all types of Land Rover.
The RSR’S bi-monthly magazine, Freewheel, covers all Rover models. The club has an online forum and is active on social media. Its website has an online shop, where you can join and buy club workshop manuals, parts lists and other items.
Member benefits include a club spares scheme, regional meetings (come and share great company), rallies and other events. The club also has reference libraries and experts for technical issues and has negotiated discounts, including a Club Insurance scheme and supply of tyres.
The RSR will present a selection of the models it supports on stand 4-450 at the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, November 9-11. These are a Rover motorcycle and examples of P4, P6 and 75 that featured in Practical Classics.
Three exhibits share significant birthdays – the 70th of the Rover P3 range and Land Rover, represented by the earliest pre-production vehicle registered, fresh from its Spanish trip, and the 50th of the Rover P5 range.
The RSR always welcomes new members. To join a friendly, active club, managed for the benefit of its members, simply visit stand 4-450 or join online at thersr.co.uk. Telephone enquiries to 01824 790280, or email en[email protected]
RSR members embrace Rovers of all eras.