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The Best of British – 1952 to 2022

Seventy Years With news in the UK featuring little else in the wake of the sad passing of HM Queen Elizabeth II, my mind turned to the 70 years that have passed since she ascended to the throne in 1952. It has been widely reported how, as a young Princess in WW2, she trained as Continue reading

Two Wheeled Tuesday – A Fantastic Bike Meet in Rural Norfolk

At the risk of going a bit ‘Henry Cole’ on you, Old Buckenham in Norfolk is a quintessentially English countryside village: Quaint country setting – tick Village Green – tick Village pub – tick Chocolate box cottages – tick Old boys chewing the fat – tick Peace and quiet by the bucket load – tick Continue reading

The Wonder of Worcestershire 2022: Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot! Thundercat Forum Ride-out

WOW 2022: Feeling Hot, Hot, Hot! Finally Free of You Know What! Day One: July 9th 2022 Finally, we have been able to hold a full-scale WoW; the grip of C19 on the country has eased and the restrictions now seem a distant memory. They were strange times. It was great to feel the excitement Continue reading

Four Seasons in One Day: Bikers Cafe Run – 02042022

Four Seasons in One Day The Facebook group has been running for years now having emerged from a couple of old style internet forums everyone used to be members of. However unlike the forums the FB group has rarely got together. So we decided to put this right and arrange something. An event was posted Continue reading

Free Bike Show Everytime: The Joys of Your Local Cafe

You Can’t Beat a Free Bike Show: The great thing about our local biker’s haunt, The Food Stop Cafe at Quattford near Bridgnorth isn’t the food. Nor is the friendly staff, stunning views across the Severn Valley or the fact it is on a fabulous strip of tarmac (the A448 by the way).  No it Continue reading

The Ones That Got Away…

One Day, One Day Recently I have seen quite a few lists on various internet groups and websites of bikes that people have owned over the years. It is interesting when put down in an entertaining way: Helping you to build a picture of person and their life experiences. Of course, I have list of Continue reading

Classics at the National Museum

Last weekend saw me visit The National Motor Museum at Beaulieu in Hampshire. Located in the grounds of the stunning Beaulieu Palace House, the ancestral home of the Montagu family for generations and famously a base for the training of secret SOE agents for the Allies during WW2. While the focus is on cars and Continue reading