This Week I have been mostly reflecting!

 

And we move on! or have we? In July/August edition of BIKE magazine there are reviews on the best bikes of the 70's to the Noughties! yes I've been lucky enough to own a few of them, and rode many more! But !!! is that what its all about? or is it about the rush of ground speed and the noise/smell.

Now a good friend came round tonight for a chat and a cup of coffee, now, he has a nice little business,good kids and a couple of houses in France, ,SO? he has the money for a super bike, but no, he rides a Suzuki GS500e in fact i sold it to him a couple of years ago, to him it sums up the, back to basic motorcycling, no frills just get on and ride! seeing him pull away, just brought back those old days when we had to make a choice, beer or petrol? yep petrol £3.00 fill the tank up and ride, baby ride! lets get back to basics, the thrill of riding!! keep it safe keep it simple!

Neil

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In bike magazine it is where we can see different events of people who do bicycling. - Chuck Brennan

To people with innate passion in biking, every ride must has to be a one of a kind moment where they would life to cherish till the end of time. - London Piano Institute

And we shift on! or have we? In July/August version of BIKE journal there are opinions on the best motorbikes of the Seventies to the Noughties! yes I've been fortunate enough to own a few of them, and rode many more! But !!! is that what its all about? or is it about the hurry of floor rate and the noise/smell.

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By Thomas Adamson, The Associated Press
October 1, 2013
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German fashion designer Karl Lagerfeld acknowledges the audience during the Chanel Spring 2014 ready-to-wear collection show as part of Paris Fashion Week on October 1, 2013 in Paris, France. Photograph by: PATRICK KOVARIK
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By Thomas Adamson, The Associated Press
October 1, 2013
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Although Lagerfeld doesn't often use much colour in his Chanel shows, here he reminded guests what a talented colorist he really is by using 89 tonal shades of purple, blue, pink, red, grey, black and white.
Perhaps channeling Chanel's acclaimed Arts and Crafts show in Edinburgh last December, Lagerfeld used the black-and-white spats of Scottish pipers to inspire great stocking shoes that looked like a thick sock that went to mid-calf.
Elsewhere, he crossed traditional Chanel skirt suits with a frayed tartan pattern in cyclamen pink and black, and many of the looks sported cape silhouettes as worn by pipers. Even the diagonal crossover of tartan fabric that Scots band across their chests was evoked when Lagerfeld dropped the collar off one shoulder but rendered it in contemporary lines of diffused colour.
Where does the 79-year-old find the energy to produce such new ideas season upon season?
"For me, I like this kind of life: living in evolution and in the inventive spirit all the time," explained the designer. "For me, it it's like breathing."
___
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