Another really good to be alive sunny autumn day (I just love the autumn) and I headed off to Dorking to the Autumn Harley Boot Fair, Nothing tempted the money from my wallet, but there were some cracking bikes there, a modified Indian (which I’m sure has been in 100% or BSH) was such a pretty bike I could have stood there for ages.
the call of the sea was in my nostrils, and through the prettiest roads I could
find, I made my way down to Brighton and an event called “Brightona”. The
event is run for charity, and the Brighton Heart Support trust.
gained access and a pin badge and program, being a little late, there were bikes
everywhere, the first people I saw was a mate called Yoda from
bikerlifestyle.com and FFFPete from the Vultures. I then found a space to park
and wandered back to meet.
There were several stalls there,and sad to say the cleaning products stand earned some of my dosh. I then met Yoda, Jonny fp, Mia and kids, a pleasant stroll was taken perusing bikes, and trying to work out which bike had less rubber on its rear tyre, a TL1000 may have won that. There was a Honda Rune, and several new Royal Star venture, all imports but very pretty.
The bands on the stage were good, even with the temperamental PA system
The Goldwings seemed to go on forever but were a very impressive sight.
called, and so chocolate bar and coke was found, and I watched as FFFPete tries
to extricate money from his jeans, well if anyone had a smutty mind you were
and Christine surprised me by calling me, they were at the other end of the
drive, and I found them in the crowd, and then to a beer, and get out of the sun
for a short while.
another short stroll, and as Paul and Christine headed off for food, I headed
home. An intentionally very long way home, via Eastbourne etc.
very pleasant day out, and sunburnt as well, not bad for October