Quality not Quantity Rob! :).. saying that i'll be on my TV2 next year if I ever get round to re building it.
TV this year.
I thought we had decided on Beachy Head on the Sunday already...?
Looks well tasty Adrian, love the colout combo. Who done the paintwork for you? Best Rob
Re: Colour scheme
I have lived in Leeds for two years but originally come from the Wolverhampton area.
Dad and I worked on the bike in the Midlands with the final build taking place at a great Yorkshire specialist called Buzzsolomoto.
A motorcycle body specialist based in Wordsley in the Midlands did the paint job.
I handed him what I thought was a great base job after spending weeks filling, sanding and prime-ing all panels. He took one luck and politely asked "who did this s--t?"
He then added "do you want this looking good?" beforte showing me all the awards he had won for spraying Suzuki's and Yamaha's. I gave him the colours (I went to Art College and have always loved Art Deco architecture and furniture) - wanted to actually base it on Italian flag with an Art Deco twist.
When I saw the unbuilt panels on his floor when I returned some eight weeks later, I was shocked and a little confused; thought it looked like an old Kawasaki. Went built, I was gob-smacked and totally thrilled... I love it! The guy is a genius; called Arnold Fairing Repairs, Queen Street, Wordsley, West Midlands - I can't recommend him enough; even if you have to travel!
Thanks for the comment; really appreciate the feedback. See you in Brighton!
Wow John got to be a contender for the competition awesome mate
I dont do scooter competitions Rob, just something that doesnt sit right with me! Ive been the same for years?? Funny or what! Though i will say that a trophy from the Modweekender is worth 10 from any/all other events!!
Hi Moose, Very nice Mr think we might have to park opposite ends of the seafront the colour scheme is quite similar to mine LOL.