Heading home from Spain a couple of days ago I rode a stupid 750 miles in one day of a two day journey of 1235 miles.
Here's my favourite picture of the trip. Canfranc N330a Pyrennes. You could hear a pin drop.
I just bought myself an 8GB MP3 player and just spent the afternoon filling it up with my favourite tunes.:D:D:D
If you had to choose your top 10 albums ,what would they be and why?:thumbup:
If I see enough good suggestions ,I may have to get another memory card.:clown:
This is the third time I have asked this question in time I have been a member..
What is your favourite comedy or drama or bike related movie that is worth a gander on tv..
I have checked out previous suggestions and enjoyed them:thumbup:
Tried a new road a couple of days ago. One of my favourite roads is aursjøvegen, and this day, i decided to try a side road to this road - jernbanetraseen. This road is really spectacular, as you see in the pictures below.
As promised a picture my Dad (age 74) drew of my bike, He came round before xmas and took about 20 photos and off he went, he also put the picture on a mug and is getting a T shirt done for me. Normally his drawings are of Classic Bikes his favourite being the Manx Norton which he gets prints of...
Swedish Police R1200GS
I stopped by at my favourite garage at lunchtime.
Aha, the new R1200GS.
Wait a minute! What this? Strobos, radio, Antenna, extra switches, a loudspeaker?
An unmarked Police bike...
We do this one every other year or two as well
Some tough climbs but rewarded with some fantastic downhills that are only safe done at speed
Some of my favourite downhills are on this ride
Borrowdale Bash Part 1 - Descent from Watendlath on Santa Cruz Blur LT1 - YouTube
And the fantastic...
..and about time too!
BBC News - Bruce Forsyth receives knighthood
The host of Sean's favourite TV programme is recognised for all his hard work in entertainment. Good Game I say :thumbup:
Unleash your cuddly toys! :toothy3:
After replying on the Multimeter thread it got me thinking about how my tool kit has taken me well over 30 years to pull together and some of the tools there are older than me and probably irreplaceable now.
So the question is what is your oldest, most irreplaceable or even favourite tool in...