June’s Editorial Another month has whizzed by, and I haven’t been out as much as I’d off liked, only been out a couple of times, I had hoped to get to the BMF but things didn’t go according to plan… Rear tyre is get a bit thin so have ordered a new one, Unfortunately because Kawasaki have used a 16” rim on the back there are very few manufacturer who now make a pair that will fit the bike and I only have a choice of an Avon or an Avon. I have also ordered a taller screen as I am getting a lot of wind turbulence on my helmet, ( no rude jokes please ) Here in Suffolk we have a load of old WWII airbases, one is just over the hill from me at a small village called Horham, the US came over and build an airfield to house 5000 men, with a couple of squadrons of B52’s, they were also the first to bomb Berlin, In may they had an open day to the museum, and the Diss 1070 air cadets, which I help out with, where doing a flag of Honour,
It was very nice to see all the jeeps lovingly restored, almost as if they had just driving out of 1944.
I cycled the 8 miles to the show and this old girl came coughing and wheezing past me in a cloud of blue smoke The SAM Observer June 2011
The June 2011 edition of "The SAM Observer"