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Copdock Motorcycle Show 7th Oct
« on: 04.10. 2018 10:24 »
Copdock Motorcycle show this weekend Ipswich Suffolk. The A’s are not going on the club stand this year as riding in with my son Luke. Biggest show in the area and always lots to see.
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Re: Copdock Motorcycle Show 7th Oct
« Reply #1 on: 04.10. 2018 17:41 »
Got my ticket, looks a good show....my first time at Copdock.

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Re: Copdock Motorcycle Show 7th Oct
« Reply #2 on: 05.10. 2018 03:07 »
And dont forget to take plenty of pictures...   *wink2*
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Re: Copdock Motorcycle Show 7th Oct
« Reply #3 on: 05.10. 2018 08:42 »
And it's not actually at Copdock. I bought a Morini Camel last time I went there so will be steering a wide berth this year.

In fact I'll be captaining my tandem between Calais and Boulogne and back again this weekend with my youngest stoking. It's something or an annual tradition for us - she's a proper grown up young woman now, and fortunately her athletic prowess has grown as mine has declined. 
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Re: Copdock Motorcycle Show 7th Oct
« Reply #4 on: 08.10. 2018 18:01 »
It was as always a great show. First time my eldest has been and we rode in me on the A7, him on the Model 7, parked in the bike park which was worth a look on its own. The show is quite large so after walking around the jumble and trade stands, we actually stopped and watched a couple of the things in the main ring (not done that before) then went around the rest of the club standard show bikes and custom bike displays. What with food and drink it was a full day. Weather was good too  *smile*. Sorry no pictures to much to do and see and to many people there.
1961 A7 since 1976
1960 A10 Gold Flash Super Profile Bike
1958 Matchless G80 Project
1952 Norton Model 7 Plunger (becoming a project)