|The start of the run is in spitting distance of Horton Tower,|
built in 1750 as a folly by the Lord of Horton Manor. A folly
is of course a building with no purpose though it is speculated
that Horton Tower was perhaps built either as an observatory or
a viewing post for hunts. Now it is sadly slightly neglected
and used as a mobile phone mast.
|Great to see a D1 Bantam still giving service to a learner rider.|
|Ariel KH 500cc twin in extremely tidy condition. It sports an|
alloy barrel, I haven't heard of any later model 500 twins
being fitted with one so I am assuming it comes from an
earlier KHA model.
|Close up of the alloy top half on the Ariel twin as above.|
|1948 Velocette MSS that has been in single|
family ownership most of its life. Heavily modified
back in the day and all the better for it. It was
supplied by Bob Fosters in Parkstone and was
originally girder fork / rigid frame.
|The Hinckley Triton again. It all fits together quite nicely|
and the quality of the execution is excellent.
|A close up of the Hinckley Triton.|
|Pre-war HRD Meteor out and about. Nice to|
see that they're not all hidden away in