|Jacqui Furneaux's world travelling Enfield. Been a while since|
we last saw each other and great to catch up. Check her website
and buy the book if you haven't already done so.
|Ready-ish for the the off on the Saturday run.|
|Dan took a ride in Matt's outfit for the run so we get 'sidecar cam'.|
|Not often you see pictures of yourself riding. The BMW|
R100RS is very much the wrong bike for damp Irish country
roads. In fact they are perfect for an old Royal Enfield...
|Sidecar cam in action again.|
|Quick stop up in the Comeragh mountains.|
|I think that's the Mahon Falls in the background.|
|Yours truly lining up the Beemer for a ride by.|
|Brian on his Continental GT.|
|Jason's freshly restored '54 Bullet gets his|
bike blessed by Al Sunday morning.
|The event started off as an MZ rally then shifted to Enfields.|
All are still welcome.
|But if you have an MT350 you apparently|
have to camp well away from everyone else.
|Sad news for Dan when he found on Saturday|
eve that his Bullet had stripped the oil pump
worm drive. Game over.
|Bit of a mystery. The bike has stripped more|
than one pump worm, but on two different
|Dan resigned to a ride home with the|
|We were recommended a scenic route back to|
Rosslare that took the Passage East Ferry.
It was a cracker and we even managed to stay
dry all the way to Rosslare.
|Loneliness of the long distance rider. 1am|
Swansea M4 services.
|A great weekend. All in about 800 miles|
covered. Yes, it rained, a lot, but that
just added to the adventure.