Today’s practice day went great. The bike was in recalcitrant mood first thing, slapping its bars everywhere and ruining my confidence. A few set-up changes got it sorted though, and through the afternoon it was a pleasure to ride hard
I have a datatool alarm fitted to my bike, and have so far found a number of pro’s and con’s. Naively, I had hoped for merely pro’s when buying the bike. Pro’s: You can leave the bike anywhere without having
…with my not-so-smartphone rather than the bike, fortunately. The remote email has spluttered to a halt, so there’s a chance that I won’t be able to blog live from the track on Friday and Saturday if I can’t fix it
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
This season is flying along; round four is next weekend at Oulton Park. It’s a single day event, so there are just two races. While that doesn’t change the aim away from winning all the races, it does mean that
I know the point of any journey is essentially to get you from A to B, but this weekend we took this quite literally, and rode from Aylesbury to Bognor. What was supposed to be an interesting journey there with
So I’ve started putting extra bits on my 749. First of all I managed to get hold of a carbon exhaust shield that looks much better than the ugly standard one. Then came the carbon seat cowl which looks awesome!
We attended the BMF East of England show in Peterborough and despite the rain (Sunday poured down!) people were in high spirits. We met a couple of our clients (Andy & Lee) and lots of other nice people. The pictures