Category: 2005


We met Bonzo and Ray in Malvern for a little tootle along the A44 to Evesham before heading along the B4035, past Shipston-on-Stour and we carried on along the B4035 almost to Bloxham where we took the A361 to Chipping Norton

National Showcaves Centre for Wales

The Brecon Beacons National Park has some of the finest views in all of Wales as well as some of the best roads a biker could dream of including the A4069 Brynamman to Llangadog but today we were going underground!

Brimham Rocks

After bob recently scratched his Honda Blackbird, his Altberg Clubman Roadster boots were getting a little worn out (They have stood up to quite a bit of abuse over the years what with a couple of bike get offs, numerous scrapes

Big Bikes Show at Malvern

I know! I know! after last years show I said it might be the last time we visited this show due to the size of the event, the lack of  quality stall but to be honest we were in the area


On a glorious July day we decided to head into North Wales to enjoy the spectacular roads and scenery that Wales offer so after stopping at our usual Welsh breakfast stop at Dinkys Dinah we headed up the A5 and

France and Spain – 2005

Well it all seemed like a good idea at the beginning; four of us were going, then down to three, then to two and that just left Ray me but we decided to sod it and decided to go for

Leeds Royal Armouries Museum

June 2005 – For today’s little ride out we had decided to head up to Leeds to have a look at the amazing collection of arms and armour that is on show that the Royal Armouries museum in Leeds but


We started at Thunder Road Motorcycles in Bridgend for their official opening and spent a while admiring the new models (and new bikes) then we went on to a new cafe that Bonzo found called Village Farm Cafe on an industrial

West Mids Riders Egg Run

This years West Mids Riders Egg Run was a very well attended event with over 400 bikes, passengers and over 1000 easter egg’s turning up at the event starting point at the McDonalds in Bassetts Pole for a ride around Birmingham and

Grindleford Station Cafe

Thanks to Russell Davies’s excellent website at I was told about this great Cafe not far away so on one a cold and quiet Saturday morning me and Bob set off towards the Peak District in search of food.