A 175 mile meander around Arts Backyard and beyond
High Beech Tea Hut 10am
A moderate paced, non-motorway ride employing the corner man system as required. Arrive on a roadworthy bike with a full tank of fuel and an empty bladder. Have with you sufficient funds to cover the costs of fuel and nibbles for the day. No knobbers, boy racers, girl racers, white line overtakers or late brakers. Vegetarians, nail glue and everyone else welcome.
Ride safely, at your own pace and enjoy the day.
If you’re unfamiliar with the corner man system check out Andy’s most excellent Ride out Guide below
I did see your other post about an Epping meet up, but after due consideration, High Beech is way too much of a pita for me to get to these day! Shame, as I could really do with catching up with you brains about CSS. Instead, I’m out playing Billy no mates over on the NW side. LoL
It would have been worth the extra effort Janey. We did a proper tea hut cuppa at High Beech while chatting with Robert, Ricky and their mate who’d dropped in after their BCR. Before setting off we carried out the usual pre ride checks as you do and found the GSXR had a proper old school oil leak reminiscent of an old BSA.
We did the B1057 without stopping at Bosworth’s but we did pull over to check the GSXR’s oil leak. We did Newmarket, the race course road, ice cold canned drinks at Walkers and more checking of the GSXR’s oil and oil leak. We did the A134 and, on fatty’s insistance, a proper rack of ribs pub lunch. They’d run out of pie and the OAP’s had nicked all the cake, it was the bar maids 25th. We settled on impromptu checking of the GSXR’s oil and oil leak for starters and desert. We also managed to fit in a how to fix a broken Sat Nav mount with under the seat cable ties.
It seems as if we spent most of the day checking the GSXR’s oil and oil leak. The GSXR spent most of the day leaking oil, that right boot is going to be waterproof forever. If BSA were still around they’d have made an on the spot offer on it.
Desmond, it seems like your destined to help damsells in distress
lovely bumping into you, that accident was proper sick i was pondering if the car would get up in flames so i waited before deciding to take my chances over the broken glass, Ruth decided to take the coolant side instead
sorry we lost you after the petrol stop, i had to keep up with the group as Leo likes to take strange detours