I had a good time, and it was nice to meet the faces behind the posts.
Evel fooled me without his white suit, but it was good feedback riding his bike. and his gearing mods were well suited to his set up. Ansco Rooyenan
was game, and I know he had some fun too, but the 240 miler was a bit of a test of endurance at first. Come Sunday he was closing down the Bear, not bad for somebody who'd never seen a road hiding behind a hill before on the wrong side of the road.
got lost again, started to loose fluid from his master cylinder, and then his gearchange linkage went AWOL, prompting a change of bike. Bear Dave Carey
when he got out of hibernation, discussed the position of his tax disc with a friendly officer dibble
and had a good turn of speed. Doug gave us that whoppa ride, and it was a cracker. Colin gtshouwa
was a good crack in Giggleswick, with less food in his belly than me, and resisted the temptation to flatten my head in the middle of the night, after more beers in the clubhouse! Steve looked rather fetching in his mock officer dibble
Pollock special. John Flatts turned up on a minter red GTS, but he had to get back for tea.
Hope I didn't miss anyone out.