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Alison Silcox  says:

Staff Blog: You Can't Beat a Bit of Bike Therapy

I've been down in the dumps for the last couple of weeks and I’ve really not felt like going out on the Yamaha Fazer8 but today I thought enough is enough and decided to blow away some cobwebs. The Fazer8 isn’t the most exciting of bikes but the thing with riding any bike is it takes all your concentration and within only a couple...

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  • Posted 2 years ago (17 August 2013 19:33)

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Jul 11

Posts: 27

fevs says:


is what biking is all about! The buffeting can make an averge 60-70hp bike so much fun! Love it!!

Glad your out n about again!

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May 12

Posts: 50

burnthouse says:

should be on prescription

We had a great day out on the bikes.... up at 3:30 am met with fellow bikers from some members travelling from Bournemouth to meet at StAustell for 5am... then Lands End and around Cornwall... weather was heavy rain and sunshine... but still cant fault it for leaving behind all lifes worries and sharing time with like minded people from all walks of life.

Never fails to make me smile when most people grin ear to ear when they see 20 motorcycles being respectviley ridden through a Cornish village at 8am on a Sunday morning. It warms me cockles, so it does :)

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Nov 08

Posts: 122

rcraven says:

Your quite right ..... on two accounts.

1]  if you are feeling under the weather, a bit miserable whatever you do don't go out on your bike.

Its difficult enough and takes all ones concentration to complete a journey but if you mind isn't up to it or elsewhere don't bother otherwise you might be coming home in a wooden box.

After the period of  cant be bothered comes the well I feel I want to get my leg over.... and what a difference that makes.  You don't have to go for a blast, just a comfortable ride in beautiful countryside can have a very positive effect on one psyche after the depressed feelings one has had.



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Aug 13

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Apr 10

Posts: 55

Madrid offers it all

I am in the same case as many of you. I have been feeling a bit low recently for the typical kind of shite that life throws at people edging close to their 40s. One day I though, 'that is it'. I took my Triumph Speed  2011 up into the hills above the Spanish capital. Over the years I have lived here, I have found routes which are gentle with great views. Others quite solitary, where you can stretch your legs a bit. Others to test your technical kudos. In essence, there is nothing which comes close to the feeling of escaping the city, work, home and getting up to a mountain road, where you can hop off, sit down and, as Depeche Mode said, 'Enjoy the Silence'.

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