I started biking about 20 years ago and knew nothing about the sport that was going to be so much part of my life.
Over the years I have meet a lot of good people and I will always treasure some of the best biking trips that some can only dream of, from a non fault crash to scrapping the pegs, from track days to off road days, R.A.T. Days, bike safe, Brands Hatch, NEC, I have done it and loved it.
Due to personal circumstance I am selling all that is now left of my biking days. A donation on all I'm selling will go to National Association for Bikers with a Disability (NABD).
But for now I would like to say a big thank you to all those who made my biking days a great pleasure and especially to Doug, going to Domfront will never be forgotten.
I would like to point out 2 sayings that kept me alive. 'It's better to be late in this world than early in the next' and never forget when your riding 'every bugger is out to kill you' we bikers are around 1-2% of vehicles on the road yet we make up 90% of the death rate. Remember all this and you too will have many happy years of riding and feeling great just for being alive.
A special thanks to Triumph, MCN and RiDE for all the valuable knowledge on purchases to riding skills and the best of British roads to ride on. Maybe one day I will be in a position to get back on the bike I loved so much. Cheers to you all.