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We have a winner!

We have a winner!

25 Oct 2012

Mark Stanley from Witney won a Black Kawasaki KLX-250, pictured below with Andrew Prendergast. Mark collected his prize draw card at a BMF show in 2009.

Mallory GP1 and Streetfighter races

Mallory GP1 and Streetfighter races

22 Oct 2011

Riding in the beautiful weather today was joy incarnate. The bike is working brilliantly and is loads of fun. In the long GP1 race I was 12th overall and 6th Superstock (kind of). Three of us were covered by less than a second, though I was third of the trio. It was great to fight […]

Snetterton race 3

Snetterton race 3

17 Jul 2011

With a huge thunderstorm looming, we were racing the weather as much as each other. Ten minutes after we finished it rained so hard that the paddock flooded instantly and everyone ran for cover. The race was hard but fun. I gave it everything and went a bit quicker but was 6th in class this […]

RBLR1000 this weekend

RBLR1000 this weekend

17 Jun 2011

Andy and Martyn both set off from our offices today whilst the rain had briefly stopped to make their way upto Squires Café for the RBLR1000

BMF East of England 2011

BMF East of England 2011

17 May 2011

I hope you have all been out and about on your bikes and making the most of the relatively good spring weather.

Bikers in Paradise 2011

Bikers in Paradise 2011

18 Apr 2011

I hope you are all out there enjoying what has been a relatively warm and dry spring and getting the most out of your bikes.

Donington race two

Donington race two

23 Oct 2010

I won race two by a small margin from Andy Denyer, after he’d led the first half of the race. I took my time again, making sure my tyres were warm, and then worked my way up to him. Once I took the lead Denyer stuck with me so I had to push hard to […]

Ryan's Ryde 2010

Ryan’s Ryde 2010

06 Sep 2010

Clare and Martyn took the White Dalton van down to Ryan’s Ryde on Sunday

Cadwell race three

Cadwell race three

31 May 2010

After a difficult start the weather today turned out to be fantastic. The same can be said of my race. From 32nd on the grid I had to battle hard to make up ground but came up smiling with another second place. That was especially pleasing today we’re doing eight laps not nine. I don’t […]

Stuck in the mud

Stuck in the mud

20 Jul 2009

Having returned last night from the Road Races in Aberdare, I just wanted to pen a big THANK YOU to the (large number of) lads who all assisted John and I manoeuvre the White Dalton Motorhome on the quagmire formerly known as Aberdare Park. I was truly grateful to see real camaraderie, and was impressed […]

Great practice, terrible forecast

Great practice, terrible forecast

05 Jun 2009

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 and the times tumbled. I’m now really happy with my dry pace. The thing is, […]

Daytona Update and Weatherwatch

Daytona Update and Weatherwatch

21 May 2009

So I have just picked up my bike from its very first service, and she is now raring to go for the next 5400 miles – hooray!! 🙂   Fingers crossed for good weather this weekend then, as we are hoping to take the bikes down to the South Coast for the bank holiday.   […]

Aerostich Roadcrafter

Aerostich Roadcrafter

02 May 2009

It is a pity you can only buy these suits in the US or import them as a personal import because for a commuter or someone who has to wear a suit they are brilliant. My Roadcrafter is plain black, and is pretty waterproof but won’t withstand a biblical deluge. However even in monsoon like conditions […]

Dithering weather, useful practice

Dithering weather, useful practice

11 Apr 2009

Those of you who watch racing frequently will have heard riders say that they don’t mind if it’s wet or dry, but they hate it in between. Today the outlook has been a large band of ‘in between’ sweeping in from the North and lingering all day.

Parents guide to kitting out a teenager on a scooter or learner bike

Parents guide to kitting out a teenager on a scooter or learner bike

24 Mar 2009

If you are a parent who is reading this because your son or daughter is getting a scooter or their first small motorbike and you are terrified, read on. You know your own kid, but rather than make a confrontation of it, maybe controlling the risks is a better plan.

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