.But tucked away behind the raucous saloon that most bikers inhabit there exists a smaller, quieter, cosy bar, where other less likely two-wheeled hobbyists dwell away from the wheelying, chest-beating mainstream motorcycling fraternity
and the quayside cordoned off.Bikers are made to feel welcome, and for a quid (which goes to charity) you can park up and enjoy live music, or have your bike judged in the 'bike of the week' competition. If the weather's okay expect to see over 500 bikes lined up
brainwashed Bible botherer. So if the CMA isn't out there press-ganging unwary bikers into serving Jesus Christ, what exactly is their purpose? What do their 500 UK members seek to achieve? "It's fairly simple," continues Dan. "As well as being a club
Whatever the reason you got into biking; because your dad did it, you're an adrenaline seeker, it's cheap transport or you thought it would impress a member of the opposite sex, they're all valid and now you're a biker. For life.When you thought
read a different Visordown feature.This one is for the rest of us, who live in that sadly imperfect world where we have neither the time nor the facilities, or indeed, often, the inclination, to get all the accumulated muck, grit and grime off our bikes
grant application system. The big thing is getting a ‘good limb’. When we meet it is like bikers talking about their bikes; ‘What leg have you got there, mate?’ , that sort of thing.“Some of the things you have to get used to are pillions jumping off
You are riding all ze vay to Albania?”, asks the German girl. Yes, that’s the plan we tell her. “So you are not afraid of vor unt of bandits?”, she asks, big blue eyes wide and questioning.To be honest I’m afraid of paintballing and the group of 14-year-olds who hang about outsid...
For a man who spends so much of his time with his feet up Dougie Lampkin MBE ('My Bloody Effort not some Other Bugger's Effort') has both his feet planted firmly on the ground. There's none of that prima-donna sulking, no high-and-mighty attitude problems, no impossible demands. ...
. It is the only way to teach them the biker nod..."Bonners"...being on a big trailie, I mainly get confused stares back when I nod. BMWs and tourers nod to me, cruisers don't nod to anyone, they're miserable gits and folks on sportsbikes don't seem to even
William David ‘Billy’ Lane became famous through his many appearances on Discovery Channel’s Biker Build-Off programme. He owns his own company called Customs Inc and has written two books, one of them his autobiography Billy Lane’s Chop Fiction: It
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