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Discussion in 'Lounge' started by mk3golfcab, Nov 22, 2019.
A fair few years ago now back at Silverstone!
Fair play to the lad though! Bet he’s not allowed a blade
He’s definitely not allowed on mine
He had an Sv when like a mug I let him on my firestorm, he chose the leave me so he was then band from that and he is not brave enough to ride the bsa
I am glad you started this mr golf because we are getting some great pictures
I used to piss my mum off all the time on my TLR, I often used to pull out the drive knowing full well she would be watching and lift the front up! Funniest thing I did was she dropped me off to pick it up after a service, first roundabout knee down in front of her, then pinned it past some traffic - got a bloody ear bashing when I got home didn’t i!
another time my parents were riding a push bike close to the village I live in, there is a nice sweeping bend just before going into the village, I was giving it some stick past there when I saw two people on push bikes, twigged it was my parents so went back and said hello, my dad thought it was hilarious as my mum was so mad when she realised it was me - she said the noise frightened the life out of her! Can’t wait till she hears the racefit going up the road
Your poor mother!
Can't remember where it was, probably a nice smooth bend on a sunny afternoon, can see why I was always wearing out the toes of my boots
Yes, but the toes are a good safety reference marker.
Can think of cheaper ways to realise I am about to fall off
Knees and toes before pegs
Hey, Gaff, how come @F1CT1C10U5 let you use his bike?
That's my bike's Yamaha cousin...
Yes it was Ryan from British Sport Photography, at the hairpin Anglesey, he was so close i could have patted him on the head, it was weird coming down the straight and seeing him laying in the grass.
He took some great pictures
No it was a wasn't a zoom I could have touched him
Alex uses a remote camera right next to the kerb, he ain't daft