Hello to all.. Been meaning to look at MT Van as recommended by Tony (MKBikes) Im currently a mbr of Shed5, and already come across a couple of names that Ive helped out and done work for... Hi RLT, MK, Im Based up in Sheffield, I operate a same day motorcycle business from Sheffield with the added benefit of having a small van (04 citreon berlingo), I believe I'm the only sameday biker operating in Yorkshire.. I cover the majority of Yorkshires and north Derbyshire but destination can be anywhere, I have a couple of subbies that I can rely on.. Well thats me, so look forward to seeing some new faces.. All the best for 2013
Hello from G-M-C Sheffield
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Happy New Year to you. Hope its a busy one.
Not been a bad start Alun.. certainly better than 12 and 11.. how about you.. you using the tmax to an inch of its life?
Gary I have lost count of the bikes I have owned over the years.
Now just have the Hayabusa and Yamaha T Max [ plus a couple of Classic racers ]
The Tmax is brilliant! it is one of the best handling bikes I have ever owned. It is surprisngly ok on motorways too as it will do over 100mph flat out. Stops ok too. [never would have believed a 'hairdryer' could be so good]
Superb for deliveries and it is quicker away from a standstill than the Hayabusa.
I keep thinking of adding an Aprilia 850cc , which would be better for some Euro jobs :) Though the Busa has been good for long South of France jobs etc. [apart from losing the Top box, but thats a story for another time!]
Work wise, 2012 was OK ish. Strange year as June and September were the worst in over 20 years! But last few months quite good. This year has started good, just hope it continues. Hope you keep busy. Catch up soon
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