I've just downloaded the pictures from my camera. Looking at them you'd think we spent the whole time fixing bikes by the road. We didn't its just that that was the only time I remembered I have a camera.
Went down to the Cheltenham Autojumble on Saturday mostly to collect my new rear sprocket from Sprockets Unlimited.
As would be expected there were a few Shite Old Bikes there, including
And a Shovel that looked older than it was
Triumph unit lump for a grand.
Picked up some polishing supplies and gaffer tape before heading off to pick up my sprocket, only to discover they had forgotten to bring it. Alls well that ends well as they promised to post it first thing on Monday and it turned up today.
Made it to not one but two events today. Main one was the Bristol Classic Bike show which confusingly is held in Shepton Mallet. On the way there I dropped into a Bike Jumble at Bristol and met up with a bunch of people I hadn't met since the Hotrod Drags.
I then managed to persuade Stuart that a day looking at shite old bikes was better than a day doing shopping and housework so picked him up and headed off to the show.
This Triumph was on the Hill Climb Association stand.... I like it and think that Hill Climbing is something I might have a go at.
Picture is from Stuart as I had forgotten my camera.
The main reason I had gone to Shepton Mallet was to collect a load of powder coated parts from Nick at Griff's I'll be updating http://tribsa.blogspot.com/ with details at some point.
The powder coating used up most of my cash so the only things I bought were the latest couple of issues of DiCE. I also met up with some of the Dirty Bobbers crowd which was nice.