Just as we were finishing off the other day David M dropped in to show us his Harley.

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Nice ride David ๐Ÿ๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿผ

Time some of these guys who have recently passed come back for some extra rider road craft training?

A bright sunny day for a bright  smile(he was smiling honest!) Brad W passed MOD 1 yesterday then today MOD 2. He was straight on the phone to organise insurance and collecting his new bike. Well done Brad cracking effort and attitude. 
Come and show us the bike when out and about.
So we have 3 Wise Monkies!
Nick S Brad W and Jim B all with some cracking rides to complete their MOD 1
Excellent result guys. Thank you
Very busy last week just managing to get this in now. 
On Tuesday Ben C completed his DAS course. 
Well done and lets see the bike!
Martin S passed MOD 1 yesterday with no faults and today finished his A licence DAS course by passing MOD 2. 
Well done buddy. Brilliant effort.

Snetterton, second race meeting ( very delayed report!) we were on the 200 circuit, again new to me and Jim, weather was dry and about 8 degrees. All set up on the Friday, my bike had been on the Dyno the Wednesday before and was running lovely, no sign of the gremlin that has plagued it so far. I had decided to put new dry tyres on front and rear. Saturday morning practice, Iโ€™m out first in practice session 2 ( Jim FP 4). I leave the holding area planning on scrubbing the tyres and learning the circuit, first left hander the front washes out, violently, no warning, and Iโ€™m introduced to the tarmac and the van of shame again. As Andy Bailey ( behind ) said โ€œit looked like my front tyre hit ice and I nearly ran you overโ€ Jim gets out in FP4 scrubbed dry tyres and has a good session. Qualifying next and again Jim gets out and is building knowledge, confidence and speed. Race 1 Saturday, Jim has a great battle and gets 5 place I wobble round (having had bike repaired and front scrubbed tyre put on) like a Novice trackdayer and get some points. Sunday, 2 races, its dry however ( weirdly you may think) Jim and I both opt to run full wets on the front, dry on the rear.....that really should not work..... Jim gets a cracking start and a SECOND place. My bike drops onto one cylinder after a lap and a half and I have to pull off circuit. Aaaagghhh....we trace the fault to a dodgy fuel injector....no spare so we think game over....but then Andy Bailey suggests a possible fix for the injector....it works...we think. So we are both out for the last race. Another cracking race from Jim and a fourth place, my bike runs ok for a lap or two then feels rough, not quite running on one so I circulate and get some points. So for Jim a 5,2 and 4, with some fantastic riding. Me 9,DNF and 8, a cracked rib and bashed up hand and confidence that needs re-building, Iโ€™m not a crasher!!! the big lesson is the Dunlop control tyres just do not like cold temperatures. Thanks to everyone who helps out especially Tony who with the patience of a saint sets to repairing a bike that I keep throwing at the scenery, all the other lads at the meeting and in particular Andy Taylor ( I owe you for the clutch lever and master cylinder) and Andy Bailey for; not running me over๐Ÿ˜€ the info on the injector and being awarded the bonnet of buffoonery ( for which I was in the firing line)๐Ÿ˜€ ... See MoreSee Less

April 23rd

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Well done lads!

See you at Donington for some more DD shenanigans! ๐Ÿคช๐Ÿ˜‚

Early morning ride cancelled as BMW had a tired battery. Got it charged up and now a quick scoot out to Sherburn.

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You need to ride it more often then the battery will not go flat!!!

James called in this morning on his stunning KTM390..... i had to have a go๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‘ great bike. Enjoy the afternoon James.
On Tue 9th Andrew M passed his MOD 2. Brilliant result and he is restoring a vintage Guzzi which we want to see when finished Well done!
Had a few passes on Monday 15th for Mod 1
This is Darren  who was really nervous but pulled out a sterling effort to get the result required. The other guys Sam D and Ben C had to Dash off and didnt get time for photo,well catch them at MOD 2 
Well done to you all
Apologies for been a bit quiet, just so busy not had time!
Yesterday James N passed his MOD 2 and now of to get his KTM out for a play.
Well done and pop in to show us the KTM.
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Thanks again for letting me use your bike for the review ๐Ÿ™‚

2 more big smiles from yesterday great Mod 2 passes from Hamid and Brent.Image attachment
Last test for us today was Peter E who took his MOD 2 just as the weather started to brighten up.  Now with a bright smile for passing his MOD 2 and completing his A Licence.
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Just as we were finishing off the other day David M dropped in to show us his Harley.

Comment on Facebook

Nice ride David ๐Ÿ๐Ÿค˜๐Ÿผ

Time some of these guys who have recently passed come back for some extra rider road craft training?

A bright sunny day for a bright  smile(he was smiling honest!) Brad W passed MOD 1 yesterday then today MOD 2. He was straight on the phone to organise insurance and collecting his new bike. Well done Brad cracking effort and attitude. 
Come and show us the bike when out and about.
So we have 3 Wise Monkies!
Nick S Brad W and Jim B all with some cracking rides to complete their MOD 1
Excellent result guys. Thank you
Very busy last week just managing to get this in now. 
On Tuesday Ben C completed his DAS course. 
Well done and lets see the bike!
Martin S passed MOD 1 yesterday with no faults and today finished his A licence DAS course by passing MOD 2. 
Well done buddy. Brilliant effort.

Snetterton, second race meeting ( very delayed report!) we were on the 200 circuit, again new to me and Jim, weather was dry and about 8 degrees. All set up on the Friday, my bike had been on the Dyno the Wednesday before and was running lovely, no sign of the gremlin that has plagued it so far. I had decided to put new dry tyres on front and rear. Saturday morning practice, Iโ€™m out first in practice session 2 ( Jim FP 4). I leave the holding area planning on scrubbing the tyres and learning the circuit, first left hander the front washes out, violently, no warning, and Iโ€™m introduced to the tarmac and the van of shame again. As Andy Bailey ( behind ) said โ€œit looked like my front tyre hit ice and I nearly ran you overโ€ Jim gets out in FP4 scrubbed dry tyres and has a good session. Qualifying next and again Jim gets out and is building knowledge, confidence and speed. Race 1 Saturday, Jim has a great battle and gets 5 place I wobble round (having had bike repaired and front scrubbed tyre put on) like a Novice trackdayer and get some points. Sunday, 2 races, its dry however ( weirdly you may think) Jim and I both opt to run full wets on the front, dry on the rear.....that really should not work..... Jim gets a cracking start and a SECOND place. My bike drops onto one cylinder after a lap and a half and I have to pull off circuit. Aaaagghhh....we trace the fault to a dodgy fuel injector....no spare so we think game over....but then Andy Bailey suggests a possible fix for the injector....it works...we think. So we are both out for the last race. Another cracking race from Jim and a fourth place, my bike runs ok for a lap or two then feels rough, not quite running on one so I circulate and get some points. So for Jim a 5,2 and 4, with some fantastic riding. Me 9,DNF and 8, a cracked rib and bashed up hand and confidence that needs re-building, Iโ€™m not a crasher!!! the big lesson is the Dunlop control tyres just do not like cold temperatures. Thanks to everyone who helps out especially Tony who with the patience of a saint sets to repairing a bike that I keep throwing at the scenery, all the other lads at the meeting and in particular Andy Taylor ( I owe you for the clutch lever and master cylinder) and Andy Bailey for; not running me over๐Ÿ˜€ the info on the injector and being awarded the bonnet of buffoonery ( for which I was in the firing line)๐Ÿ˜€ ... See MoreSee Less

April 23rd

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Well done lads!

See you at Donington for some more DD shenanigans! ๐Ÿคช๐Ÿ˜‚

Early morning ride cancelled as BMW had a tired battery. Got it charged up and now a quick scoot out to Sherburn.

Comment on Facebook

You need to ride it more often then the battery will not go flat!!!

James called in this morning on his stunning KTM390..... i had to have a go๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ‘ great bike. Enjoy the afternoon James.
On Tue 9th Andrew M passed his MOD 2. Brilliant result and he is restoring a vintage Guzzi which we want to see when finished Well done!
Had a few passes on Monday 15th for Mod 1
This is Darren  who was really nervous but pulled out a sterling effort to get the result required. The other guys Sam D and Ben C had to Dash off and didnt get time for photo,well catch them at MOD 2 
Well done to you all
Apologies for been a bit quiet, just so busy not had time!
Yesterday James N passed his MOD 2 and now of to get his KTM out for a play.
Well done and pop in to show us the KTM.
Video image

Comment on Facebook

Thanks again for letting me use your bike for the review ๐Ÿ™‚

2 more big smiles from yesterday great Mod 2 passes from Hamid and Brent.Image attachment
Last test for us today was Peter E who took his MOD 2 just as the weather started to brighten up.  Now with a bright smile for passing his MOD 2 and completing his A Licence.
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