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June 23, 2010


Andrew and Cheffy both made it back to Squires Café after the gruelling 1000 mile 22½ hour ride around the north of England and Scotland.

Andrew would like to send his thanks out to everyone who participated in the event as well as the marshals on the day for their help and Squires Café for providing a much needed brew to everyone on their return.

There are lots of stories from riders that took part of their experiences from those new to long distance riding as well as some amazing photos of the Scottish countryside awash with motorbikes.

Andrew would like to extend his thanks as well to a Scottish chap called David Paton, with whom he got chatting to in Inverness. David gave £20 towards the Poppy Appeal as well as a much needed bacon roll.

Andrew Dalton is a highly experienced trial lawyer who delights in taking on difficult and demanding motorcycle cases. He has a tough and relentless litigation style and is utterly focussed on getting the best possible outcomes for his clients.

3 Comments
  • david paton

    June 23, 2010 at 8:13 pm

    how do andrew ? glad to hear you all made it back safely ! and i take my hat off to you all for doing 1000 miles in 24hrs . i struggle to do 100 miles on my bike !
    well done all.
    cheers
    davie

  • Andrew Dalton

    June 25, 2010 at 10:19 am

    Hi Davie – Davie is the guy mentioned on our RBLR1000 website under “Scottish Stereotypes debunked and confirmed” – David was the modded Yam rider who just gave me £20 for the Poppy Appeal. A passing mother and daughter gave us a fiver for the Poppy Appeal. David is from Inverness, not Aberdeen. Apparently and Aberdonian would have asked for a receipt.

    You are a top bloke Davie, but on your bike, be a contributor, not a rider! Pictures of Davie’s bike will get put up on the website. It is a trick looking beastie.

    Andrew

  • Martin Woods

    June 25, 2010 at 7:13 pm

    Hi Guys, fantastic effort. Met Cheffy at taunton couple weeks back & had a great chat. I was not ready for this year but have been spurred on by your and all other bikers efforts in raising much needed funds for the poppy appeal. Roll on RBLR1000 2011.

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