Biker cafe


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Sidcar
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Biker cafe

Post by Sidcar » Sun Apr 28, 2013 11:48 am



Went to a sidecar meet at a biker cafe in Northamptonshire, near the Silverstone motor racing circuit. Not a bad turnout considering it was cold with rain threatening.
I was impressed with the Rocket 3 outfit, no use trying to sneak in late at night with those exhausts, but it's hasn't got a reverse gear and I should hate to have to push that backwards up even a slight incline.

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Jacks Hill Cafe. They serve a good bacon butty.
Jacks Hill Cafe. They serve a good bacon butty.


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squirrel
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Re: Biker cafe

Post by squirrel » Sun Apr 28, 2013 12:45 pm

nice pics .especially the rocket . been sunny all day down here

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Re: Biker cafe

Post by themainviking » Sun Apr 28, 2013 7:07 pm

Sid, I noticed that either all your sidecars are on the wrong side of the bikes, or you have all your photos reversed.


Just kidding.

Man, that Rocket looks like a real beast of a bike.
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Re: Biker cafe

Post by redial » Mon Apr 29, 2013 12:38 am

They look alright to me. Perhaps you are looking into a mirror?


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