Sunday, February 27, 2011

Feedback from Youtube viewer - thesuit7

advanced biker, i just want to say that i love every single one of your videos they are so educational and fun! Thank you!


Friday, February 25, 2011

We are off to Normandy again for Advanced Motorcycle Training April 2011

In 2011 we will be making a welcome return to Arronmanches and see Adrian and Karen at .....
Normandy Beach B&B Normandy Beach Accommadation Arronmanches, Normandy
Arromanches, Normandy.Just 150 yards from the sands of Gold Beach. Famous for its war time mulberry harbour. Karen, Adrian and daughter Adrienne run this unique bed and breakfast in what was the last working farm in this famous little village.
He is how we get to Adrian's


 We will be a small group of two instructors and 5 clients and using Adrian's as a base explore the roads in Normandy, looking at the D999 for one...

Interested in going on another Advanced Workshop ?

What we did in Northern France June 2010

Trip to Northern France - 2010
I am off to Northern France from Friday 11th June 2010 to Monday 14th June 2010 with a group of friends to have a look at the World One Battlefield sites, mainly around the Somme, Arras, Vimy ridge and Ypers.

What we did.....

The trip to France in June 2010
Despite a traumatic start for me the group leader – Eurotunnel running 3 hours late due to technical problems, we got to the bed and breakfast just one hour later than planned. Evening meal had already been booked.



Lesballastieres our accommodation

Day 1 – First day in France and I decided to take the group onto the edges of the Somme, just to let then sample what was available to see. I had been in touch via the UKGSER forum with a fellow rider from Spain and he suggested the following. Well he came up with the right format. We headed to Thiepval to see the memorial and also the newly opened museum. A great place to start if you know little or nothing about the world war one.  I took Sue, our host’s advice, ignored my sat nav plans and went to look for a road called the D8. What a find, bend after bend, with great cross views.........

We spent a couple of hours at Theipval before heading north for lunch at Avril Williams tea rooms 10, Rue Delattre, Auchonvillers, 80560, Somme. We had a leisurely lunch and toured the place and Avril suggested some other places to visit. Well time was getting on and we were so chilled, time was running out to see many more sites. I had wanted to see the Lochnagar crater at La Boiselle, but on route stopped at the Newfoundland Memorial Park. This park, located near Beaumont Hamel, is one of only a few sites on the Western Front where the ground remains largely untouched from when the First World War ended. The main entrance to the Newfoundland Memorial Park can be found on the D73 road between Hamel and Auchonvillers.
The distances between all these sites are not great so I was able to show the group the Park, before heading to the crater.
Site seeing done, I had to plan a ride back to the bed and breakfast, via an Aldi as we were having a cheese and wine night.
The route back, after filling up with fuel at Albert was along the D938 to Doullens, where we stopped for refreshments. Then like before, time was against us so a run up the D916 to St-Pol- sur-Ternoise, saw us getting fuel and all the food for our cheese and wine. Then back to the bed and breakfast in Gauchin – Verloingt. A great night, after a great day.


Day 2 – A look at the Western Front and run into Belgium saw us heading towards Vimy Ridge, the Canadian memorial. Another good site to visit as you can have guided tours of the ground and under ground tunnel. Time again was against us so we made our next stop the Hooge Crater, just outside Ypres.
We made our way into Ypres for the last post at 8pm, then a run back to the b and b, for a light snack of the remaining cheese supplemented by some chips we managed to get enroute. Another great day, only isuse was we weer due to go home the next day. Ah well I had planned a run back via a world war two museum, before heading to Calais for the Eurotunnel.

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Friday, February 18, 2011

Advanced Motorcycle Training.Com and VRIDETV Canada

Hello Nigel,

We have started a new feature called "Link of the Day" where we showcase one of the participants in our link exchange program. Today's featured link is Advanced Motorcycle Training. Here's the link:
http://www.vridetv.com/links.html

Postings were also made on Vridetv's Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/vridetv and on Twitter http://twitter.com/VRIDETV

Have a great day,
Best regards,
Jeff.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Well worth a look for video camera stuff - Drivedata

Hi Nigel,

Found a company called Drivedata.com who supplied the 2meter cable i was looking for. I bought the bullet camera off Ebay thinking all the camera connections would be a standard fit for bullet cameras.
It took quite a bit of searching on the internet to find this company, so if anybody needs any connections of this type in future, this company does them.

Thank you for your help and replying to my email.

Regards,

Richard

Drivedata