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GUEST,Jon Dudley Origins: Bikers of England- who did it? (9) RE: Origins: Bikers of England- who did it? 19 Mar 03

Bikers of England...sounds fascinating although I've never heard of it. I wonder when the writer considers the glory days of British biking were? For me they were the mid 60's but that's only because it was when I first started and the roads were still relatively quiet. There seemed to be a devil of a lot of accidents though. Mind you most of us took ridiculous risks and rode in a totally bonkers fashion. Song lyrics anyone?

McGrath might recall some of the biking activities around his town at that time...we've discussed some of the more popular haunts.

Couldn't agree more about the Richard Thompson song 1952VBL. Still I believe his most requested piece.

The sun's starting to shine both sides of the hedges...time to get the 'bike out and get some miles under the wheels.

Sorry, not much Folkie content.

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