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The pretender Sir Trevor used this hallowed concrete. But demi-God Dungworth did not take this smiling,. Yes, the pain of the sixties still brings back the memories. Of rides on the carriageway; some blurred and some clear. The Unity club tests on new eighties versions. Still held all the charm of this carriageway holy. Was here that I learned how to push a big gear,. Yet somehow still managed to travel quite slowly. In the 85 th year of the 20 th century,. This road of dreams hosted Nat. They said I should ride it; I entered, accepted. Even wangled a late start ….. Lord Webster rode truly, more gold in his coffers,.
His fortune amassing in all things of biking. A new man called Gottrel came out of the ocean. No lo-pro or small wheel to help me along. Until Dave Hinde arose and rode past me with tattoos,. Alas, it was later, just a short time thereafter. That my E31 slowly drifted away. Cautious officials and big blue policemen. How well I remember the rolling undulations,.
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Day-trippers were plenty, wagons both full and empty,. With the odd caravan, some at just the right speed! Yes, I lament at the passing of this course that I loved so.
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The magic of tarmac and the charm of concrete. When the High God of Testing created this icon,. His work for the day was surely complete. Sure, the E72 was a road built for romance,. But for yours very truly, with memories of Essex,. The winning time of by Darryl Webster in the National 25 on this course remains his personal best until this day. Yes - it could be Dick S. I drive this road regularly, and there is no way that I would ride along it now, apart from on the crap cycle track.
When I rode my first ever TT in , it was on this course We used to have training chain-gangs on there at night; on an unlit road with two Never Ready! The finish was just off the A in Childerditch Lane only a few yards as the A was a clearway. Yes - I did a '56' as a junior in the event where Dave D did the '52' comp record - the Brentwood '25' 4 minutes I was also a junior and rode that event. Rod Roud won it, and I came third with I've got "Hard, Windy" in my log book. That time though the wind must have been a westerly.
Anyone remember his one where the frame was chrome, covered in a gold lacquer and he had anodised blue 'everything' on it? Slightly off topic but can not help recalling memories of the late and great Dave Bedwell. The Mighty Atom with thighs like tree trunks paired with his Romford team mate Derek Buttle were always the masters. Arh the E31, the first course I got under on I was in the Southend then and most our club events were on it, even Sat morning 10's that started at Wickford and turned at Dunton.
I like Eric wouldnt go near it on a bike now, yet I used to ride along it to work and catch fast trucks at the Fortune of War RAB on the way home it's bad enough in a car, I can see it from my office at Dunton, I hate to think what the daily traffic count is!!! Me on the E3 in September , taken by Len Thorpe.
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Took two days to get there and two back. It was in the Becontree Wh 25 shortly after Dave Bonner's comp record I hadn't been under the hour and did about a on a windy wet Sunday morning. I mainly remember the long headwind grind to Rayleigh. We'd called in at Ron Kitching's in Harrogate on the way down to get me a 53t chainring to give me an 84" gear instead of my usual 82". Webster enjoyed that course I believe. Certainly a bell was required until the late 50's may have been later. Most popular used to be a very light bell from Victree.
Pocket Rocket: The Autobiography Of Steve Joughin by Steve Joughin
Pretty useless but it conformed to the regs. A range of anodised colours were available.
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It was not unusual for riders to carry a watch. I think I still have among my treasures one of the special clips that attached to the bars. Nob, that is not nice to try and get NuGGeT going again. I drilled mine so that instead of a ding it sort of made a clunk. I have been told that it was mandatory to only start with a bell on the bike but the trick was to have it mounted on an elastic band, tear it off after the start and sling it into the road for your helper to pick up. Therefore the sign of a tester's bell was that it was covered in scratches.
I also heard stories that when the rule was amended, riders used to mount these under the saddle. No—I want to keep shopping. Order by , and we can deliver your NextDay items by. In your cart, save the other item s for later in order to get NextDay delivery. We moved your item s to Saved for Later. There was a problem with saving your item s for later. You can go to cart and save for later there.
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