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Distiguished Gentlemans Ride

Posted By: Rog G

Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 02/08/19 07:53 AM

Registration for the 2019 Distiguished Gentlemans Ride on 29th September is now open.

I have registered for the Brooklands ride.
Posted By: skullmog

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 02/08/19 06:55 PM

Good idea Rog👍
Posted By: rockabilly john

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 02/08/19 07:13 PM

They want £50 for london.
Thinking about Cambridge, any one going?
Posted By: Bunny

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 03/08/19 09:02 AM

I've registered for the Nottingham Ride. If it's the same as previous years, it'll start at the Triumph factory in Hinckley and head north across country ending up at Pidcocks, the Triumph dealer in Long Eaton. The Triumph factory has an interesting visitor centre and shop while Pidcocks were very hospitable, laying on a generous (& complementary) lunch!
Posted By: britmog

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 03/08/19 11:46 PM

Participating in the Denver, Colorado ride; last year was a blast being the only Moglet among all the Harley's. Showed them a touch of British style dressed as a WWII Fighter Pilot, deciding what to go as this year!! Tally Ho chaps.
Posted By: Mark H

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 04/08/19 05:25 AM

Brooklands too 👍
Posted By: IMHO

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 05/08/19 07:48 AM

I’m probably missing something obvious but I can’t work out how to register for the Brooklands ride?
Posted By: IMHO

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 05/08/19 08:59 AM

Cancel that, found it.
Posted By: Mark H

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 05/08/19 09:15 AM

Originally Posted by IMHO
Cancel that, found it.


Get yourself a pith helmet too
Posted By: IMHO

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 05/08/19 09:28 AM

Being new to this I emailed the organisers to find out more and they said they would love us to group up, which I imagine is the plan anyway?
Any guidance gratefully received.
Posted By: Ricardo

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 05/08/19 09:55 AM

I’ve signed up for Oxford, although not confirmed yet, the start will be from a different location this year. A good friend of mine owns and runs a large bike dealership and and has been approached by the organisers to start from his premises. Fingers crossed, he should have a pretty decent cafe up and running by then as well. He’s also going to be riding, so I’m looking forward to seeing him dressed a bit dapper 😎🕺
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 05/08/19 09:57 AM

+1 signed up for Brooklands

I've created a team - Morgan Three Wheeler so we can group together.

I think those already registered can retrospectively join if they wish.
Posted By: Mark H

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 05/08/19 11:08 AM

Originally Posted by Chris99
+1 signed up for Brooklands

I've created a team - Morgan Three Wheeler so we can group together.

I think those already registered can retrospectively join if they wish.


You can & I have

Chris Red Leader
Mark n Het (If she’s up for it)
Posted By: rcmatt

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 05/08/19 01:19 PM

Are you all taking your M3W's? Here in the states it seems to be more of a classic motorcycle ride when I looked at it in the past.
Posted By: yobtaf

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 05/08/19 02:00 PM

Last year in Zurich
2 M3W included. Full success.
Join us.


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Posted By: skullmog

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 05/08/19 08:27 PM

Joined Morgan Three wheeler Group :thumbs Come on Glyn if i can do the I.T. so can you thumbs
Posted By: IMHO

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 05/08/19 09:08 PM

I’m in 🧐
Posted By: Waldemar

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 06/08/19 01:30 PM

Caro, our dog and I drove our Bluebelle last year in Cologne and hopefully this year too...

Achim
Posted By: Waldemar

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 06/08/19 01:32 PM

Originally Posted by rcmatt
Are you all taking your M3W's? Here in the states it seems to be more of a classic motorcycle ride when I looked at it in the past.


Hi Rodger, no problems with the threewheelers, give them a go...and don't forget to dress up

Achim
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 06/08/19 02:06 PM

Originally Posted by IMHO
I’m in 🧐


thumbsThe long range weather forecast must be looking OK then innocent
Posted By: rcmatt

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 06/08/19 05:55 PM

Originally Posted by Waldemar
Originally Posted by rcmatt
Are you all taking your M3W's? Here in the states it seems to be more of a classic motorcycle ride when I looked at it in the past.


Hi Rodger, no problems with the threewheelers, give them a go...and don't forget to dress up

Achim


I am thinking kilt. I signed up but somehow I ended up in Chicago when I mean charlotte NC. Sent them a message to get it changed

Figured out how to make a change.... now signed up for Charlotte NC
Posted By: IMHO

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 07/08/19 07:12 PM


Originally Posted by Chris99
Originally Posted by IMHO
I’m in 🧐


thumbsThe long range weather forecast must be looking OK then innocent


The question you have to ask yourself is “do you feel lucky?” 🤞
Posted By: rcmatt

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 08/08/19 12:19 PM

We have a saying..... if you do not like the weather, just wait 5 minutes
Posted By: LightSpeed

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 08/08/19 12:40 PM

Originally Posted by rcmatt
Originally Posted by Waldemar
Originally Posted by rcmatt
Are you all taking your M3W's? Here in the states it seems to be more of a classic motorcycle ride when I looked at it in the past.


Hi Rodger, no problems with the threewheelers, give them a go...and don't forget to dress up

Achim


I am thinking kilt


I am sure the ladies in the group would get a charge out of that!
Posted By: rcmatt

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 08/08/19 12:51 PM

easier to do sitting in a M3W than sitting on my HD
Posted By: Tim Reynolds

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 21/08/19 07:41 PM

I might do Oxford, waiting for the finer details to be confirmed, and the weather...
Posted By: Ricardo

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 23/08/19 09:32 AM

Looking forward to seeing you at the start line Tim, as I’ll be getting sponsored I’ll have to be there no matter what the weather drive ☔️☀️
Posted By: IMHO

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 02/09/19 09:50 AM

I’ve been contacted by the Brooklands DGR organiser and below is his email to me can anyone can help him? I’m on distant shores at the moment.

“Hi Glyn,

Just wanted to touch base and enquire if you had an idea on numbers for the Morgans. I need to make sure we give you guys plenty of space.

I also have a favour to ask. Would one of your Drivers have a spare seat? I have a photographer that could so with a lift round the route and take photos during the ride. If not no worries.

Thanks
Tom


Tom Daniels | Sales Executive

Jack Lilley Triumph
Ashford Road, Ashford Common, Middlesex, TW15 1XB
Telephone: 01784 420421 Direct: 01784 279 732
eMail: Tom.Daniels@Lind.co.uk Web: www.lind.co.uk
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 02/09/19 09:50 PM

Hi Glyn

I think we are 5 M3Ws for Brooklands and I've got a spare seat.
Posted By: IMHO

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 03/09/19 06:48 AM

Hi Chris,
Thanks, could you possibly drop a note to Tom and let him know?
Posted By: Blake Brisbois

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 04/09/19 04:36 AM

I'll be leading the Los Angeles ride for the second year in a row in the m3w
Posted By: IMHO

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 12/09/19 05:32 PM

Pith helmets ordered.
Are we all meeting up on the way to Brooklands?
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 12/09/19 07:02 PM

Yep, lets meet at Silvermere, time tba.
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 23/09/19 12:09 PM

The Brooklands DGR briefing is at 11:30 for departure at 12:00.

So I suggest we meet at Silvermere at 10:30 which gives us plenty of time to make an entrance and kick a few tyres before getting underway.

IMHO - the meeting point is in Redhill road which leads to Silvermere golf club.

My car is still out of action but thanks to the generosity of Bell & Covill I'll be in their demonstrator smile
Posted By: skullmog

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 23/09/19 04:50 PM

Great new's Chris... Now that's a decent Morgan dealer!!!!! flag drive
Posted By: IMHO

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 23/09/19 06:37 PM

Originally Posted by Chris99
The Brooklands DGR briefing is at 11:30 for departure at 12:00.

So I suggest we meet at Silvermere at 10:30 which gives us plenty of time to make an entrance and kick a few tyres before getting underway.

IMHO - the meeting point is in Redhill road which leads to Silvermere golf club.

My car is still out of action



Thanks Chris. I must have missed something, what’s wrong with your car?
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 23/09/19 10:17 PM

Originally Posted by IMHO

Thanks Chris. I must have missed something, what’s wrong with your car?


It's stuck in France awaiting recovery waiting
Posted By: pandy

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 23/09/19 11:04 PM

Originally Posted by Chris99
Originally Posted by IMHO

Thanks Chris. I must have missed something, what’s wrong with your car?


It's stuck in France awaiting recovery waiting


Maybe it's trying to defect grin2
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 24/09/19 09:19 AM

Originally Posted by pandy


Maybe it's trying to defect grin2


roflrofl
Posted By: Mark H

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 24/09/19 10:26 AM

Chris have you still got a seat available?
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 24/09/19 11:16 AM

Originally Posted by Mark H
Chris have you still got a seat available?


Sorry, no, I'll have the event photographer with me.
Posted By: skullmog

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 25/09/19 06:20 AM

Are pith helmets waterproof 😳
Posted By: Ricardo

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 25/09/19 07:02 AM

Forecast for Sunday not looking good, our ‘dapperness’ may get a little dampened ......
Are humans waterproof ☔️
Posted By: Rog G

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 25/09/19 07:22 AM

Originally Posted by Ricardo
Forecast for Sunday not looking good, our ‘dapperness’ may get a little dampened ......
Are humans waterproof ☔️



Looks like it will be pithing down most of the day.
Posted By: Ricardo

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 25/09/19 07:57 AM

rofl
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 25/09/19 10:07 AM

After Grindelwald the weather is just taking the pith umbrella
Posted By: IMHO

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 26/09/19 07:42 AM

I’d say..... 40mph winds, rain and thunderstorms, just a tad unappealing!
Shame they can’t bring it forward to the Saturday.
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 26/09/19 08:54 AM

Originally Posted by IMHO
I’d say..... 40mph winds, rain and thunderstorms, just a tad unappealing!
Shame they can’t bring it forward to the Saturday.


But no snow - so that's a bonus innocent
Posted By: IMHO

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 26/09/19 11:29 AM

There’s time yet! snow
Posted By: Ricardo

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 26/09/19 11:39 AM

Just £99 to go for our team to reach £1000 sponsorship clap
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 26/09/19 11:54 AM

Originally Posted by Chris99
Originally Posted by IMHO
I’d say..... 40mph winds, rain and thunderstorms, just a tad unappealing!
Shame they can’t bring it forward to the Saturday.


But no snow - so that's a bonus innocent


Does a full immersion sailing suit count as "Dapper"
Posted By: rcmatt

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 26/09/19 01:04 PM

Looks like 90 degree weather in Charlotte NC.... maybe a T-storm
Posted By: Rog G

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 26/09/19 01:32 PM

Originally Posted by Chris99
Originally Posted by Chris99
Originally Posted by IMHO
I’d say..... 40mph winds, rain and thunderstorms, just a tad unappealing!
Shame they can’t bring it forward to the Saturday.


But no snow - so that's a bonus innocent


Does a full immersion sailing suit count as "Dapper"

No, but sensible.
Posted By: Ricardo

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 29/09/19 03:43 PM

Well, the Oxford contingent managed to stay dry and dapper for the ride today, even managing a beer and a burger in the pub garden afterwards. However, the rain did get me and my passenger on the way back home. Did we care, of course not! Between the two of us we raised £520, not bad for a great day out. And well done team Morgan 3 Wheeler for raising over £1000, excellent stuff chaps 😎👍
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 29/09/19 04:07 PM

And a great ride at Brooklands which was pretty much dry.

Unfortunately, we were a man down (Glyn you wuss!) but thanks again to the generosity of Bell & Covill lending me their demonstrator the 4 cars caused quite a stir.

+1 what Ricardo said - a great effort by the Three Wheel team for a super cause. cheers
Posted By: skullmog

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 29/09/19 04:24 PM

was again a grand day out!! was a bit disappointed no rain so i had to go through a big puddle! to make the day complete laugh2 drive
Posted By: IMHO

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 29/09/19 05:25 PM

Glad to hear you guys at Brooklands escaped the rain! Not so leaving my place in the morning it was torrential, so I was forced to watch the rugby instead. Guess I’ll hang onto the pith helmets for next year!
cozychair
Posted By: Ricardo

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 29/09/19 05:46 PM

Good gracious me! We’ve made it into the Daily Mail (well, I have) .....
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...pper-moustachioed-motorcyclist-road.html

hide
Posted By: PaulV

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 29/09/19 07:50 PM

Originally Posted by Ricardo
Good gracious me! We’ve made it into the Daily Mail (well, I have) .....
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...pper-moustachioed-motorcyclist-road.html

hide

Ha - well done!
[Linked Image]
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 08:44 AM

Originally Posted by Ricardo
Good gracious me! We’ve made it into the Daily Mail (well, I have) .....
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...pper-moustachioed-motorcyclist-road.html

hide


scared We have someone amongst us who admits to reading the Daily Mail blush somestick
Posted By: Mark H

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 08:50 AM

He just looks at the pictures Chris
Posted By: ShaunD

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 09:16 AM

Originally Posted by Ricardo
Good gracious me! We’ve made it into the Daily Mail (well, I have) .....
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...pper-moustachioed-motorcyclist-road.html

hide


You’re famous!
Looking very dapper!
👍
Posted By: Ricardo

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 10:55 AM

Originally Posted by Mark H
He just looks at the pictures Chris


Too true, and then only pictures of me 🐌
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 12:21 PM

Some pics from the Brooklands ride:

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And Brooklands have a short video on their Facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/BrooklandsMembers/videos/748273995623039/

Posted By: rcmatt

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 01:15 PM

Charlotte North Carolina.... had a record HOT day
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Bolt backed out on my right headlamp mount and it pivoted downward....

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Posted By: Ricardo

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 01:29 PM


You’re famous!
Looking very dapper!
👍[/quote]

Thanks Shaun, what an excellent appreciation of style you have sir sherlock
Posted By: kankeL

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 02:13 PM

Originally Posted by rcmatt
Charlotte North Carolina.... had a record HOT day
[Linked Image]

Bolt backed out on my right headlamp mount and it pivoted downward....

[Linked Image]


Oops! Check out these guys, you might like them: http://www.talkmorgan.com/ubbthreads.php/topics/544396/alternative-turn-signals#Post544396
Posted By: Bunny

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 02:19 PM

Originally Posted by Chris99
Some pics from the Brooklands ride:
[Linked Image]
What were your impressions of the 'new' 3 Wheeler Chris? [Ignoring the Duracel colour of course...]
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 02:51 PM

Originally Posted by Bunny
What were your impressions of the 'new' 3 Wheeler Chris? [Ignoring the Duracel colour of course...]


That's Bentley Flame Orange I'll have you know...….

This is a SVA Euro3 with MMC Stage 1 exhaust/air filter but otherwise I believe it to be mechanically standard. It's done 750 miles as compared to 30.5k (and nearly 6 years) on mine.

It felt a bit more solid and had a smoother transmission (I know mine is quite bad and needs the clutch/compensator looking at).

On initial pull away the throttle was more sensitive than mine and the steering a bit lighter. I was pleasantly surprised by the Brooklands steering wheel which felt really good to use.

On the slightly damp to wet roads, even at relatively low speeds the Avon front tyres didn't feel as precise as the Blockleys. However this might be affected by tyre pressure as I found the Avons benefit from being run at 28-30psi

In the mid and towards the upper end of the revs/speed it did run out of puff a bit compared to mine which has the stage 2/3 high lift cams.

The stock Spax shocks are not as good as the Spax adjustables being harsher over speedbumps - not excessively so but enough to notice the difference.

Overall it's a cracking example of a M3W and shows the car has subtly evolved over the last 5-6 years.
Posted By: rcmatt

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 03:34 PM

Originally Posted by kankeL
Originally Posted by rcmatt
Charlotte North Carolina.... had a record HOT day
[Linked Image]

Bolt backed out on my right headlamp mount and it pivoted downward....

[Linked Image]


Oops! Check out these guys, you might like them: http://www.talkmorgan.com/ubbthreads.php/topics/544396/alternative-turn-signals#Post544396


I could smell something as I pulled into Charlotte, but thought it might be the new asphalt (De Nile is a river in Egypt)…. but when I pulled off the freeway right handed smoke made it clear it was not. Turns out the top bolt was a little too short to engage the plastic on the lock nut..... my bad!


Should I take bets on who can name the tartan first?
Posted By: rcmatt

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 06:46 PM

earlier in the day BEFORE it got too hot
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Posted By: skullmog

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 06:47 PM

Originally Posted by Ricardo

You’re famous!
Looking very dapper!
👍


Thanks Shaun, what an excellent appreciation of style you have sir sherlock[/quote]
especially the dapper shoes! nicely polished laugh2
Posted By: LightSpeed

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 08:15 PM

Rodger, it must be quite the show getting in and out of the cockpit. Lots of cheers from the ladies.

Looks very appropriate though👍
Posted By: rcmatt

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 30/09/19 08:19 PM

it does keep one agile
Posted By: Bunny

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 01/10/19 08:34 AM

Originally Posted by Chris99
Originally Posted by Bunny
What were your impressions of the 'new' 3 Wheeler Chris? [Ignoring the Duracel colour of course...]


That's Bentley Flame Orange I'll have you know...….

This is a SVA Euro3 with MMC Stage 1 exhaust/air filter but otherwise I believe it to be mechanically standard. It's done 750 miles as compared to 30.5k (and nearly 6 years) on mine.

It felt a bit more solid and had a smoother transmission (I know mine is quite bad and needs the clutch/compensator looking at).

On initial pull away the throttle was more sensitive than mine and the steering a bit lighter. I was pleasantly surprised by the Brooklands steering wheel which felt really good to use.

On the slightly damp to wet roads, even at relatively low speeds the Avon front tyres didn't feel as precise as the Blockleys. However this might be affected by tyre pressure as I found the Avons benefit from being run at 28-30psi

In the mid and towards the upper end of the revs/speed it did run out of puff a bit compared to mine which has the stage 2/3 high lift cams.

The stock Spax shocks are not as good as the Spax adjustables being harsher over speedbumps - not excessively so but enough to notice the difference.

Overall it's a cracking example of a M3W and shows the car has subtly evolved over the last 5-6 years.
Thanks for the analytical assessment Chris! I really must get to try out a new one myself. As you know, mine is a 2012 model and I'm sure that cars with the later chassis give a smoother ride. I wonder what the weight penalty is though?
Posted By: Tom - DGR Host

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 02/10/19 11:03 AM

Hi Guys,

I'm Tom and I am the DGR Brooklands Host. It was great to meet you guys last Sunday. You really added to the day.

And Chris a massive thank you from me! It was great for my Photographer to hitch a ride. She loved it!

Shes taken over 1000 photos of its taking some time to go through

Here is a sneak peak - https://lisapeelphotography.pixieset.com/dgr/

We will be back for 2020. Won't be sure if we will use Brooklands or our New Dealership round the corner (Its 2 mins from Brooklands) and we would love for you guys to join us!

Tally Ho
Tom
Posted By: PaulV

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 02/10/19 11:35 AM

Tom - great photos and great cause! Thanks!
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 02/10/19 11:57 AM

Thanks Tom and great photos from Lisa.

I'm sure we'll be joining you again next year if you'll have us!
Posted By: Tom - DGR Host

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 02/10/19 03:29 PM

I only have one condition . . . You need to have those hats again!!

T
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 02/10/19 04:33 PM

thumbs
Posted By: Tom - DGR Host

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 09/10/19 03:49 PM

Me again . . .

The video from the day is live!!

https://youtu.be/q6tToalvCjU

Enjoy!
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 10/10/19 10:49 AM

Thanks Tom,

Great video thumbs
Posted By: Obie

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 10/10/19 11:36 AM

Great video, was that a M3W at the back 1.20mins
Posted By: Chris99

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 10/10/19 01:08 PM

Originally Posted by Obie
Great video, was that a M3W at the back 1.20mins


Yes, it was the first of 4 M3Ws on the Brooklands ride smile

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Posted By: Ricardo

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 10/10/19 03:03 PM

I’ve just put together a YouTube video for the Oxford DGR, worth turning the noise (sound) up, hope you enjoy 😎

https://youtu.be/_yOw726HTFE
Posted By: Ricardo

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 07/12/19 08:29 AM

Talking to a mate down the pub last night he mentioned the Oxford DGR was covered in the November edition of the Four Shires Magazine. So, I’ve been online and found the article. The ‘bright reed Morgan 3 Wheeler’ gets an honourable mention. Also, there’s an article about Krazy Horse’s new location in Oxfordshire. Only bikes at the moment, but who know what the future will hold.

https://issuu.com/jwilton/docs/nov2019_e/72?ff

coffee drive
Posted By: PaulV

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 07/12/19 02:26 PM

Might be worth a trip to Swerford to say hello to the KH folk -if we turn up they might get interested in M3W servicing locally!
Posted By: Ricardo

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 07/12/19 02:55 PM

Originally Posted by PaulV
Might be worth a trip to Swerford to say hello to the KH folk -if we turn up they might get interested in M3W servicing locally!


Definitely worth a visit! I’ve already been along a couple of times. I’m sure Shaun would be up for a 3 Wheeler trip there as well.
Posted By: PaulV

Re: Distiguished Gentlemans Ride - 16/12/19 02:03 PM

Originally Posted by Ricardo


Definitely worth a visit! I’ve already been along a couple of times. I’m sure Shaun would be up for a 3 Wheeler trip there as well.
Called in when the weather cleared up on Sat. Dangerously close to the Faulkand Arms in Great Tew, and I guess Caffeine and Machine too... definitely worth a group trip for one of their open days when the coffee van is there!

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