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Confessions of a Jag driver - an apology

jag644, 18 August 2008 16:47

Hello all, Er yes that’s right, I drive an old Jag so you’re probably wondering what I’m doing here but hopefully you can hear me out as I have a brief (if fairly tedious) story I felt the need to share, about a recent run-in with a big chap on a green sports bike. But before I start I just ...

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The wrong bike

iancol, 25 April 2008 09:08

Have a chuckle at this (but Beemer riders don't bother): http://www.brainsweb.co.uk/uploads/the-wrong-bike.wmv

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Great Samaritan

Roy Beniston, 23 October 2007 11:15

In the hope that you will publish this letter I wish to thank the Good Samaritan who came to my aid on Saturday 20th Oct. At the tender age of 65 and having moved into retirement I decided it was time to, "Get On My Bike" so on the 1st August 2007 never having ridden before in my life, together ...

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It's All About Adam

tracktime1000, 09 October 2007 07:54

Our boy Adam was such a nice lad Always polite and would never be bad His 19th birthday came around So we asked him what he'd like And then fell off our chairs When he said "I want a bike" His first test was the CBT And he took it on the 2nd He passed the test quite easily And ...

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Disappearing road

Dsouthgate, 03 October 2007 16:43

According to google satelite images the A130 in Essex is disappearing into the fields.

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Born-again birthday cake

Philip James, 02 October 2007 21:19

Would just like to show you all my 50th (born again teenager) birthday cake. I would like to add I have more hair than that.

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For wetter or worse

Tim Aston, 20 September 2007 09:10

In a week dominated by news of suffering, tragedy and misery organising a wedding was always going to be tough. But with the help of friends, neighbours and enthusiastic suppliers Vicki Lanen and Jonathan Wagstaff were able to enjoy their big day. From pumping out flood water at the reception venue to the caterers coping with a lack of water ...

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Feels a bit wooden...

paul craymer, 29 August 2007 23:12

Poor man's bike! Spotted this in Iceland on a recent trip.

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Trial by crash

MADMARK99, 26 August 2007 20:19

Had a top day out on my uncle's immaculately restored BSA and Matchless in a muddy quarry. Why he let us do it even he doesn't know, but here are some of the funnier moments.

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Separated at birth?

theguitardoctor, 21 August 2007 19:03

I know Charley Boorman has finished the Long Way Down, but has he actually been moonlighting on Eastenders between trips?

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