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Krazy Horse Cafe, Bury St Edmunds.

Hello,

I can see that I haven’t done a blog since November! Tragic or what…. Life has seemed to have got in the way a little, including my bike 😦 this will make sense in my next blog!

Anyway late last year, Adam and I decided to go for a Christmas eve ride and grab some lunch. The weather was half decent so we thought why the hell not.. We went to our favourite bikers cafe in Bury St Edmunds ‘KRAZY HORSE’.

Check them outhttps://krazyhorse.co.uk/pages/cafe

*Cafe Restaurant

*Motorbike and Car Services

*Parts & Accessories

*Clothes Department

*Events – BBQ nights with music and bands

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Mmmmmm food! I had a bacon and brie baguette – which by the way is to die for 😛 Adam went for the full english breakfast, what a winner! As you can see from the pics, the car park wasn’t very full – perfect moment for a few bike selfies!!! 😀

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After stuffing our faces with food it was time to hit the road, I was not keen to ride with a belly full of bacon but I had no choice, poor me! We headed off to a local supermarket and brought the most random item, American coleslaw.  The thing I love most about going to a supermarket on a bike, is that you can pretty much park anywhere you like I no one would dare question you otherwise. Know what I mean? Anyway with the coleslaw purchase done, time to pack it up and leave, fortunately I just managed to squeeze it into my tank bag, praying that it wouldn’t leak. I use a OXFORD bag, I’ll write a review about it another time but if you are wondering the bag done its job!

Up next…

The worse ride of 2017 😦

Lady Bee Biker xx

Ride safe ♥

 

 

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First time on a motorbike!

My first experience of riding a motorcycle was back in 2013 in Australia. I went there with my boyfriend for 6 months to work on farms and get some cracking sunset photos, of course! I was given the opportunity to learn how to ride a motorbike and use a chainsaw, couldn’t really say no could I!? I will say that farms will either use horses or motorbikes to round up livestock…. bikes are best for farms with large acres as horses will tire eventually.  Anyway, I can’t remember what bike it was but you never forget your first time. All I remember was a large grass paddock and barbed wire fence with some aussie behind me trying to tell me how to ride. The feeling was amazing, wind in my hair and a load of engine between my legs – WOW! I think it went well overall and defiantly preferred a bike than a bloody horse (that wouldn’t stop when I asked it to!).1385512_10151641486425800_1207202806_n1395832_10151641490860800_1460117627_n

About 1 month after my first time on a motorbike, Adam and I found ourselves on a large 100,000 acre cattle farm in Long reach, Queensland. As I mentioned previously, the weapon of choice to round up livestock is either cattle or motorbikes and this farm had bikes. There was a small fleet of about 8 bikes, a quad and a freaking small airplane!

I used the quad most of the time as was too short for the dirt bike 😦 Most days the bikes would be used to check fences and stock. One day we rode 50 miles across the outback rounding up sheep, great sunshine and dirt tracks. What an experience!