|Residence||I lived in the heyday of the club in Langley, Slough|
I now live in Slough.
|Family||Two daughters with Lindsey b1983 Laurie b1986 Debi. |
They moved with Lindsey to North Devon in 1987
I got married 1997 to Linda still married 2013
|Bike I would be remembered for -||Yam RD350 1974 UBH 13N if you could read it though the smoke behind|
|Favourite bike? Worst bike?||Between the RD350 my present bike ST1100 as favourite. |
Red Norton 750 fastback as worst.
Owned nearly 3 years and spent 30months off road-not aided
by HGB or the hassles at NVT at the time.
|What do I ride/drive now?|
Honda ST1100 pan. Old mans bike that seems invisible to the police, thank god.
Have faired bike cos knees lock up in icy conditions now but I need to ride daily.
The adrenalin of filtering at 80plus on the motorway is better than caffeine.
|My memories of the club||Devon obviously.|
Dragging little Eddie out of the caravan clubhouse on a sat night with
Rebel just as he started having a fit.
Ride outs to coast always great.
Parties at various houses Hayes, The Dingle Shack in
Uxbridge and at my place Byron House Langley
|Summary of my life to date||Nothing stated|
|My hobbies today are||London Pride and live music|
|At my funeral please arrange to have the following played||The Laurel and Hardy theme. |
To remind anyone who attends how sombre the event is.
(pawl bearers to drop coffin half way into room dressed as L and H -which
activates a recording from within the coffin of "that's another fine mess you've got me into Stanley")
Next, a rousing version of Jerusalem- can't beat a bit of patriotism
And lastly, Always look on the bright side of life.