We will of course most certainly be applying for a slot again at this year's Classic TT so I took the opportunity to get some of the required shots you need with your application. You need to add photos of your bike with and without fairings along with an action shot. Last year we had just the photos you can find at the very beginning of this blog. Now we have plenty!
Occasionally the cat seems to take a shine to the nose fairing that has been on the conservatory table during the off season.
Finally for now we're all off to the Bristol Classic Bike show at the showground Shepton Mallet soon so it seemed like a good time to unveil the new livery for this year. I may have to change the race number but live long Giancarlo the Lion of Jesi.
That's one damn fine lookin' machine!ReplyDelete
Where did you get the dry-breaks for your fuel line from?
There are just a pair of the £15 plastic ones, metal would be nicer but a bit more expensive.ReplyDelete
These have been fine and are located in place and protected behind with foam, even so I suspect that the plastic ones will fail at some point in their life through cracking etc.