Here's Your chance to win a CFH tshirt of Your choice. A Video competition. Here's what to do.
Get video device (phone digi camera etc)
go out and ride Your bike around and film some of it.
Shove to film on Youtube or something
send me the link.
The rules are:
Rule edit: I hereby change the rules to also include Japanese bikes.
pre 1979 bikes
Your own bike and footage
no longer than 1 minute (give or take a bit)
Prefferably video made anytime from now onward (16/10/10). (not aingcient youtube clip)
There it is. If anyone responds that will be good. You may win by default if Only one person enters.
Saturday, 16 October 2010
Thursday, 14 October 2010
To the outsider looking in America looks awash with glorious sunsets and harley/triumph choppers, laden with beer and babes riding to massive bike party's. Well here in Blighty it's a bit different. Drizzle, erm.. a bit more drizzle. You get the picture. But.. the variety of bikes from the heyday of British motorcycle manufacture is the stuff that makes anything else pail into insignificance. Look at these ancient grids, some amazing engineering on these old beuty's. These things have been there and survived throught all kinds of historical event's. I saw all these and lots more at Andy Tiernans. Is this a 1920's 8hp Enfield?