As seen issue 467 of Back Street Heroes
They say that moving home is one of the most stressful events in a person’s life,
so after a week of moving boxes and stuff for my mother-
The Breach of the peace rally is held in the rather excellent and scenic Fort Purbrook
overlooking Portsmouth. One of the forts built in 1870 to protect Portsmouth. During
WW1 Fort Purbrook was armed with anti-
The rallies now in its seventh year and brings a crowd from far and wide, in fact the furthest travelled came the Isle of Skye which is 650 miles one way and it wasn’t his first visit.
The smiles started early in the afternoon, there was the traditional dousing of rally virgins, did someone mention chemical warfare (thank goodness for real showers) and silly games (the infamous frozen t shirts) prior to the comedy.
There was as bike show with a good selection of bikes, and I really loved the modified bicycles, the lad who created them was having a right laugh even as the exhaust fell off in the entrance. There was gorgeous Kawasaki GPZ in mat black which looked mean just sitting there, and would have been my choice to ride home (my way of deciding favourite bike) Though I rather liked the Ducati café racer.
As the Sanzaru are big sponsors of NABD, they asked the smacked arse comedy club along, compered by a steadily getting mellow Rick Hulse who was making a dent in a box of cider. Now I think most were a bit wary of Rick and his comedy friends as most tried to hide on the field, not that this helped. Any stress I had previously had soon went. A great way to spend the afternoon. And prepared me well for helping to move other family members the week after.
During the rally they raised another £932 for NABD well done all.