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Dickie eagle

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Re: Being a site NEWBIE
« Reply #45 on: March 20, 2009, 09:51:51 AM »
re the Levis bikes' I had one bought from Greatrex at New Cross Motors, I think they were something to do with Bluey Wilkinson the New Cross Speedway rider who unfortunately was Killed .I did ask Tony Allen if it was a Brand he recognised. However it was obviously designed for a chair the gear lever was on the tank (Pull up and out for reverse!!!!!!)then knock it in with your knee into bottom / 1st,, it had three gears.When you opened up it went Airborne        dickie..............
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Re: Being a site NEWBIE
« Reply #46 on: March 20, 2009, 10:08:36 AM »
My Son in law Had a Honda Fire blade Knowing i had riden Bikes in the past told me to have a go on it "God it was Quick Frightened the Living Daylights out of me". So i`m sticking to my car.Or get a 125cc if unlimited they are nearly as fast as my old 500Matchless.
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« Reply #47 on: March 29, 2009, 10:39:08 PM »
he did warble a bit,and rhere was another, I think his name was Bing something who used to imitate me !, bur Micks mum ltved in Jerningham Rise, opposite Laurie Grove Baths ,all within the area of the Marquise of Granby and the Oddfellows which is much ih the news these days         dickie..............
Tristram Rd.,  M.N, RN. FAA. RFA,s  from 1941 to 1971  retired ex-MOD(Navy) , Moved to Downham in 1927 .! Travelled a bit With long spells ashore in USA, Malta, Southern India, Japan, NZ and OZ also attatched to Aus Navy ( HMAS Sydney)