So we’ve flown to the other side of the world all ready to start a new life for ourselves. We knew it was never going to be a walk in the park and are on a tight budget to keep ourselves afloat until our work visa’s come through. So I thought you may be interestedContinue reading “How to Live on a Shoestring Budget…”
It was three years ago today that Karen and Robin opened the doors to their delightful motorbike pit stop Chequered Flag Cafe just off the A38 near Liskeard, proudly flying the flag for Cornwall biking.
My bike had finally had all it’s paint work and damage repaired (See Part 1 and Part 2) after falling victim to storms some years ago and she was beginning to look awesome again.
You can read part 1 of this blog here. So I was finally getting the bike looking good again after 4 years of pure ugliness. I had found the right man for the job, (a passionate Irishman with a love for fine art and motorbike restoration) Ricky, Rusty Hills Repair and Restoration. As I stillContinue reading “Yami Restoration from Red to Purple Part 2/3”
It wasn’t long after I bought my 1st big bike, my 2003 Yamaha Fazer 600cc back in 2013 that she sustained some seriously ugly cosmetic damage.