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Sept 9th: Ace Cafe Rocker's Reunion Run (London-Brighton)
« on: August 28, 2007, 10:02:16 PM »
I assume you'll all be at the National Rally September 9th.

But I'll be coming back from Beaulieu early to take the Blotto down to Madeira Drive for the Ace Cafe Rocker's Reunion Run if anyone's in the area.

The VMCC is involved this year for the first time, so I'll be helping on their stand.

Mind you, might be a bit too wild for you lot...? :)

Here's a triporteur from last year's Run

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Re: Sept 9th: Ace Cafe Rocker's Reunion Run (London-Brighton)
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2007, 10:24:30 PM »
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Re: Sept 9th: Ace Cafe Rocker's Reunion Run (London-Brighton)
« Reply #2 on: August 30, 2007, 07:27:06 PM »
Oh, THAT sort of Triporteur! I like anything different. I have played at Renegades m/c dos, and one fellow there has a trike with a jet engine from a Bell helicopter on it. The "maxest" trike I have ever seen was near Plymouth a couple of summers ago, we were returning from shows in Cornwall, and amongst a huge crowd of bikes and trikes I had to rub my brain to get it to accept the sight of a NINE wheeler trike....yes, 9. It had front wheel, forks and handle bars, then TWO rear axles, each with double wheels at each end. Very impressive, though it must take a lot of persuading to get it to deviate from a straight line!
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