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Blue Haze Ace Cafe

Post by pookie » Mon Sep 03, 2018 5:05 pm

Its blue haze day at the Ace cafe London on Sunday 16th September, missed it earlier this year but am determined to get there this time, and now comes the clincher WEATHER PERMITTING! just got another years tax and mot on the Kr-1 so want to make the most of the rest of the summer, will get there at about midday, WEATHER PERMITTING :roll:

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Re: Blue Haze Ace Cafe

Post by podman » Mon Sep 03, 2018 7:34 pm

Was there Sunday just gone for the VJMC meet but I hope to be down for this too, as you say, weather permitting..

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Re: Blue Haze Ace Cafe

Post by podman » Wed Sep 12, 2018 4:18 pm

Weather forecast looking good so far... 8)

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Re: Blue Haze Ace Cafe

Post by pookie » Wed Sep 12, 2018 5:44 pm

Had a chat with a bloke who owns a 350 lc at Newlands corner at the weekend, he said he was going, might try to get there a little earlier (11am) it's such a crap journey from where I live and the hanger lane gyratory system scares the s**t out of me. :shock:

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Re: Blue Haze Ace Cafe

Post by podman » Wed Sep 12, 2018 9:47 pm

pookie wrote:
Wed Sep 12, 2018 5:44 pm
Had a chat with a bloke who owns a 350 lc at Newlands corner at the weekend, he said he was going, might try to get there a little earlier (11am) it's such a crap journey from where I live and the hanger lane gyratory system scares the s**t out of me. :shock:
Depending on which way we go, its between 120-160 mile round trip for us but we hope to be there around that time as well...you;ll have to come 'up norf next year for one of midlands based do's, the roads are much nicer ...

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Re: Blue Haze Ace Cafe

Post by podman » Mon Sep 17, 2018 8:22 am

Good to have met up with you Pookie, there was an "S" there when we arrived but the owner went before we got chance to speak to him, good day out was had by all I think, your bike is a beaut, I think its amazing the engine has never been touched and that original alarm still works!

Camera on my phone decided to play up(I think from it being mounted on the bars of the bike) so apologies for the occasional blurred shot. Some fab tiddlers on show again.

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2000+ miles on a FS1E down route 66 should be a crack!

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2T Harley from around 1976 IIRC

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RD550LC looked almost stock...

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RD400 had Ohlins RWU forks and carbon rims as well as load of other neat mods...sounded fab.

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Re: Blue Haze Ace Cafe

Post by pookie » Mon Sep 17, 2018 8:56 pm

Great to meet you guys as well, stayed a bit longer and got a red face from sunburn! was funny to find out from Mike that the spare petrol tank I have in my loft has been owned by four people on this site including himself :lol: there were some great bikes there, zero emissions not included.

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