Wow it sure was hot and not good for air cooled engines. Sunday I set off for the Amberley Chalk Pit Museums classic bike day. Fantastic ride along the A29 into Sussex and had the roads to myself a lot of the time. My RGS purred along and I had forgotten how I love to ride it when being in 17 year old mode. The show was a bit down on numbers this year but it did clash with a lot of other bike events this year.My bike is along this row somewhere outside the old fire station.
Just down from me was this lovely old AJS Vtwin that is owned by a friend of mine that also races classic bikes. Nice that he has kept it original.
Wouldn't like to hit a pot hole with these solid tyres on one of the old buses.
Lovely place for a visit if ever you are in Sussex.
Monday a friend on his Honda 400 four and me on the RGS headed off to the Fleet classic bike run in Hampshire. Due the the fantastic weather their was a very big turn out of great bikes. This was before the start.
Some very nice bikes ready for the run.
Just to prove I was there.
The half way stop is at two pubs next to each other and both were full and both served very nice beer with friendly staff. There is also the landlord prize for best bike in the cak park.
Great two days riding my RGHS and being 17 years old. Today back to normal and thanks to the only thing that spoiled it was the bloody pot holes. An old rocker with aching wrists and a sore bum!