TV funnyman Ross Noble is on a trip around the UK to commemorate 500,000 Triumphs made at the Hinckley factory.
It's day two of Ross Noble's UK tour. Yesterday he made his way from Triumphs HQ in Hinckley, rode across to Melton Mowbray for a pie, over to Snetterton for a quick tear around the Norfolk track and finished the day with a cheeky pint in Britain's smallest pub in Bury St Edmunds.
Today Ross is riding over to the Queen Adelaide pub in Royston Herts (is this a thinly disguised pub crawl?). Owned by ex Grand Prix rider and BBC commentator Steve Parrish it’s rumoured that Parrish and a host of other biking celebs will be there to meet Ross around 11am.
Noble's entire six-day tour is guided by suggested tweets from followers of his Twitter page @realrossnoble, so if you want to invite Ross round for tea or get him to your bike club, get tweeting.
Check back later for updates on his progress