About the website
The priority for 2007/08 has been to finally find the time and expertise to bring our web site into the current century
and I am indebted to my good friend Will Curry as my archivist and now webmaster for his efforts.
The new site should come come as a pleasant surprise to past visitors who would have found what the police might have
described as an apparently abandoned vehicle, over the last ten years or so.
Whilst the new site is to some extent a work in progress, the aim is to introduce new material and items of current
interest in order to make it worth while for surfers to pop back from time to time, to see what's new. I would also
welcome constructive suggestions via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
My favourite feature with this new site is that all photographs in future will be click to enlarge, not just the
gallery, so you can get a good look at and download anything of interest.
I am pleased now to report on the results of our 2006/07 priority, which was to finally find the time and finance
to put a big twin back on the road for my personal use and, more importantly get some serious use out of it.
Whilst the primary objective was fun, the more serious side was to re-acquaint myself with the process of living
with a newly restored machine for the first few thousand miles, first hand, in order to be able to better serve
and advise clients with their machines. Please go to the Life with an A65 page for all
the details and photographs so far.