Fenlanders
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2006
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Saturday Ride to Cromer ~ Coast Road pix


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EVENT REPORT

Fakenham was a long (225 mile) haul for the ‘Snakemobile’ with a top speed loaded (and towing a trailered Sportster) of around 55mph. We were however glad to be inside rather than riding in the absolutely torrential downpours we experienced on the drive up

Organiser Carl looked after us superbly and arranged for a hook up pitch 50 yards from the main ‘Prince of Wales’ stand – the entrance of which was the location for our trade stand

Although this is billed as a 4 day event the rain prevented many from travelling on the Thursday so Road Captain Andy Bayfield’s organised ride out on the Friday was supported by only around 30 or so riders most of whom (I’m guessing) were Fenlander members

As the weather picked up so did the numbers through the gate and the Saturday coast road ride into Cromer seafront saw happy smiley faces riding in beautiful sunshine only to be met by a cold sea mist on arrival

I overheard one punter (who claimed to be New Forest HOG member #1) comment that this was like rallies were in the ‘old days’ and I could sense what he meant in terms of lots of spontaneous stunts and events like the 'naked run' unfettered by the usual constraints of site ‘security’

Unfortunately the one above went rather horribly wrong as the somewhat pissed recipient of the large bucket of water was recovering from a broken back which subsequently went into spasm resulting in him being carted off in an ambulance for the night .. he recovered well enough however to drop by our stand at the SOFER rally to see the sequence in pix .. so all's  well  etc


The trade stand was very busy Saturday night so I didn’t get to see any of the bands (although we could more than heard them) and  the party went on till around 5.30 am in the main grandstand . We peaked at 4.30 as we had to face the long return journey – Thanks Andy for the shot of JD

ADDENDUM - As it happens we only got one mile down the road on Sunday before the main gearbox drive snapped and consequently took a leisurely 11 hour AA relay home. (the pretty way round the M25 to avoid the ongoing humongous snarl up clockwise)

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