Posts by Jo

I have just been for a ride on the back of the Triumph Tiger Explorer, Andrew’s other choice of bike in the running to replace the Ducati. Andrew took me out to give the pillion seat a little test. You

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I must now have a fair few thousand pillion miles under my belt. And it is true to say that whilst I really enjoy being a pillion, there is no doubt that my enjoyment is affected by the bike itself!

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April 13, 2011


Anyone who’s read my profile page knows I’m a former client of White Dalton. Anyone of my clients who’s told me that they’ve not been too keen to get back on their bike after an accident knows that I’ve had

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August 23, 2010


Some photos from last weekend at the Stevenage Bike Fest at the Longfield Training & Development Centre in Stevenage. Andrew Dalton met with Guy Martin, IOM TT racer and there were demonstrations from Essex and Herts Air Ambulance Service

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December 8, 2009


Sunday morning brought torrential rain and oodles of surface water, so I was rather glad that Andrew had made the call to drive to Whitstable (despite the absence of the White Dalton bus (white whale!)) rather than my having to

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August 10, 2009


Not withstanding the photo, it is Andrew blogging this site. We had an excellent time at the Bulldog Bash with a much lighter police presence this year. I always think the Bash is amongst the safest and most easy going

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June 2, 2009


What a glorious weekend for standing in the Garden of England-  sadly it would seem that the  sunshine drew everyone away from the show and down to the coast as the foot traffic past our stand was not as hectic as

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May 1, 2009


I might be getting my motorbike (GS500) this afternoon… Argh!

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March 30, 2009


After Cheffy and Paul’s trip to Dunstable, this week was the turn of Andrew and I to attend the Motorcycle Training Matters Road Safety event at Bedford Fire Station on Sunday.

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