Some basic tips about motorbike riding, from an old survivor…

I bought my first bike, a Honda Cub 50, at 14 and I broke my first collarbone at 15 when I managed to fly over the handlebars in a local field. Since then I have had a range of motorbikes and experiences including track riding and I just wanted to pass on some basic survival … Continue reading Some basic tips about motorbike riding, from an old survivor…

Think bike? Think GLOVES!

Ok so you love motorbikes and the freedom they bring us. Ok so you love the wind in yer face and the fact that you can easily slip through stationary traffic and get away first from the traffic lights. Me too! I have owned lots of bikes and I currently have five in my collection, … Continue reading Think bike? Think GLOVES!

And will I go and visit the National Motorcycle Museum AGAIN??? Er sure, I could even live there..

I have never seen such a wonderful museum, have a look here. They have more than 1000 bikes and at least 800 are on view at any time, the others are then maintained and every bike they have is a runner! No other museum I have ever visited offers so much. The bikes range from … Continue reading And will I go and visit the National Motorcycle Museum AGAIN??? Er sure, I could even live there..

The (fast) ride home…

Well I collected my beautiful new Yamaha MT10SP last week in the Midlands from Alf England and I then rode her home to Amalfi. You need a day to ride thro France and another to cover Italy, on a bike you MUST take yer time and allow for weather, tiredness, traffic and all of the … Continue reading The (fast) ride home…

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