Out with the Copdock Classic Motorcycle Club yesterday, 50 odd miles round the twistys from Ipswich out to the Flixton aviation museum at Bungay.
Good ride out, I'd guess well over a hundred bikes in all, entry fees to the East Anglia Children's Hospice :thumbup:
Great weather, mostly sunny...
you may remember a while ago I posted up about a charity ride I was planning;
well we made the ride last week and you can "read all about it" here ...
I've been out today on the local Easter Egg charity run and although got a bit wet I enjoyed getting out on the bike and meeting up with old mates:thumbright: However on returning home and bedding down the Transalp I noticed that the HISS red light didn't show after removing the ignigtion key. 2...
A plee for help to support a good cause !
Having lost a family member and watched a close friend battle Cancer last year, I have signed up for
this years 'Longest Day Down' charity ride from John o groats to Lands End in 24 hrs. In order to
participate I need to purchase a bike for no more...
2nd one i've done but this ones for charity, namely Bloodbikes West out here in the west of ireland. they have a bike named after my very special daughter so me and 2 friends said we'd try to put something back.
over 1000 miles in under 24hrs on an africa...
Yesterday I abseiled down the cliff at Peacehaven for charity, I would like my achievement to be in memory of one the nicest people I have ever had the pleasure of knowing Robert Fradley.
Folks. Just a heads up for next weekend of the 2nd and 3rd August. Motoscotland (offroad riding school) are having an open weekend in aid of Kirsty's Kids and if you get the chance please pop along. As well as test rides etc there will be some bikers clubs and riding institutions present.
Hi chaps and chapesses,
Just want an opinion.
Won a horse riding jacket for my wife yesterday; I was bidding for her.
The jacket won at 4.20 plus postage, so very cheap.
Then seller emailed immediately after the closure and said she meant to start it at 9.99 not 99p.
In the email she admitted it...
Came across this today, seems as thought this plucky young lady has one hell of an adventure ahead of her. I think it's a very brave thing to do on your own, regardless of gender, and certainly takes a strong character to tackle such a challenge for charity. Steph sets off from the Ace Cafe on...
Hi, Anyone planning on attending the toy run? Subject to getting reg doc, tax and babysitter amongst other things sorted I intend to go on my @
Stoke on Trent Charity Motorcycle Runs :: Egg run & Toy run :: Star Bikers
We are organising another charity event aimed at Big Adventure bikes or anyone who wants to have a bit of fun.
We are looking for people to print out this flyer and put it up in local bike shops or anywhere they think it may be of interest.
We could get them sent out if needed.
If you need the...
Its been covered I think, having trouble locating simple answers ( just me and the topic and beer).
Is it just a matter of;
1. Ripping the lot out.
2. plug all the holes.
3. run a pipe from the engine breather to a oil breather filter under the seat.
Apologies if its a little vague as...
Yesterday my son and I went to hunt 'gromits' around Bristol. There are 80 of them all individually decorated and placed in and around Bristol and maps and even a phone app are available for you to capture as many as you can.
At the end of the event (8th Sept) they will be auctioned and the...
Just had this posted to me, pity i go back to work on Thursday Prof Brian Cox could be interesting to meet not to bothered about the rest. Appears they are doing Lands end to John o groats for breat cancer. Don't know where they will be stopping at the destinations they state though
XRV 2013 photo competition now open
A sub-board has now been set up under the Charity board for our 2013 photo competition (winning photos to be used to produce our 2014 calendar)
I have started 2 threads:
- one for guidlines about the competition and how to enter. Use this to ask questions...
My wife picked up some very cheap goodies at a boot sale. Full leather two piece suit for her, £3. Yes, £3. I was pleased with my bull two piece for £30 from a charity shop.. And, she also got some body armour. £1. Yup, a quid.
But, I've no idea if it's adult, youth, or kids.