Best Of The West Breakie Club; The Results…

In March this year I set out on a quest to find the best biker friendly place to have breakfast in the South West of England. Once a month up until November I set up a breakfast club event via my Facebook page, visiting a different cafe/diner each time. You can watch all the videos here.

Going All in…

After 25,000 miles of riding together over 5 years and endless adventures through all kinds of weather, my 1st big bike was finally sold 5 weeks ago!

Flying the Flag for Cornwall Biking…..

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.

Not Getting Bugged by Bugs!

I recently went to my 1st motorbike rally. The camping area was pretty much a bramble field which they had only cut the day before!

Balancing the use of social media whilst making the most of the little things…..

I started my Motorcycle Travels FB page, at the cusp of gaining my full motorbike license and moving to Cornwall. It was also after we had suffered several losses of loved ones in our family which made a huge impact on me wanting to start sharing my own memories for others to look back on.

Mountain Tops, Motorbikes, Sunsets, Friendship and Love. My Picturesque Journey of 2017……………..

I could write you my journey of 2017 and reflect upon the year but I find it simply more beautiful to show you.

Written in the stars

As I sit here gazing into the beautiful Cornish sky with its hundreds and thousands of twinkling stars, I get to wondering about what lays ahead. Is our future written in the stars?

Off into the Cornish Sun

There is nothing quite like mouching around on the bike when the sun is rising or about to set. Yes we have all seen endless beautiful sunsets but there’s something rather nostalgic about riding on a motorbike off into the sunset. Reminding us of a sense of belonging and being, at one with our gloriousContinue reading “Off into the Cornish Sun”