My first visit to The Bike Shed Club, London with a ride from Destination Triumph in Bramley. Having breakfast and watching bikes roll on past.
The parking here is really interesting – it’s located under one of the bridge arches. Continue reading “The Bike Shed”
Quiet afternoon at the Ace Cafe London. Looks like their getting ready for the Ace Cafe Reunion event Continue reading “Afternoon at the Ace”
Finally got to ride the amazing BMW 1200GS today at @rykascafe (the non adventure version ~ I’m a short~arse so I can’t ride the full adventure one)
A really incredible bike. Such a smooth easy ride. Really responsive. Easy to handle. Loads and loads of torque in all the right places for a bike of this category. The new computer display is super easy to read. The front screen on this bike allows you to ride along at around 60mph with your visor open.
Continue reading “BMW Motorrad Rideout weekend at Rykas”
Something of a rarity I spotted today at Newlands Corner. The Honda NM4 Vultus. A fully automatic Judge Dredd looking bad ass bike. The owner said there were only 50 in the UK. Would love to ride one of these beasts!
#newlandscorner #honda #hondavultus #hondavultusnm4 #hondanm4 #hondanm4vultus
The world best #bikerbar – The Howling Dog Saloon.
Fresh cold beer on tap, the best Philly Cheese Steaks around. Walls covered in number plates from all over the US and the world. Hats. Photos, memorabilia, stories. Even a Bra Tree hanging from the ceiling.
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Lake Lucille, Wasilla, Alaska
Also known as Alaska’s Timekeeper