I got a call from Sutton Coachworks on Friday saying my wheel was ready, which I was very pleased about. I couldn't get up there on the Friday, but rolled the collection in with a weekend trip to Oxford. Below are the before and after shots.
Now who can spot the problem?
Now that the wheel is back on, tyre and all, I spent half an hour this evening getting the fairings on so I can take it out tomorrow. I'm probably going to ride it to work ...well...just because really.
With the weather getting better, the sale of the Monster gets ever closer. When I have some time, probably Friday now, I'll get down and clean her up in preparation. Its a shame as I really wanted to like the little bike, but I've just struggled with a few niggling little issues.
The big day on Friday went well, but I can't say anything just yet and a certain piece of exciting news, is now over a week overdue. I'm not sure on the protocol and whether I'm aloud to prod them to get a result, but that's just the middle class Englishman in me holding back the impetuous youth that lurks beneath the skin.
Finally, in shameless plug mode, my good friend Mike, who designed my logo, has asked me to help plug/support the childrens book his mother has written. It's aimed at the 8-12yrs old market and is called The Company of Goblins. The website for the book is www.thecompanyofgoblins.com.
I'm going to buy one and if you're stuck with an idea for a present, or anything really, give it a shot. Thanks
Plug over :-)