RE: Bicester Heritage Sunday Service 05/01

RE: Bicester Heritage Sunday Service 05/01

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XJSJohn

15,356 posts

168 months

Tuesday 7th January
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Byker28i said:
Did anyone else see this - now thats a great build biggrin
Yes, my 23 month old daughter fell in love with it ..... I can see a summer custom jobs coming up for her Little Tykes too ..... hehe

RSD 25

545 posts

152 months

Wednesday 8th January
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First time ever at Bicester & i fell in love with the place instantaneously!

Literally from the moment i parked in the PH area in the only 4 wheeled thing i could drive at the moment (albeit one with close to 200k miles on it!) i knew i finally arrived at a special place. One that got more special the longer i was there.

IMG_1888 by RDenton, on Flickr

As soon as i decided to spend some quality time chatting with fellow PHers, including Jack, Ben & the guy with the green Jimny before deciding to go off on an expedition around the area.

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And after a while, i decided to follow the cars to the hanger where the Cylinder Club had set up camp for the day, there were far more then Ferrari's, Porsche's & Aston's in there! Including a very special car i couldn't stop talking about!!

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And here is that really special car in question!

IMG_2175 by RDenton, on Flickr

There were more cars outside the hanger before i decided to enter the main bit of Bicester Heritage. And, to keep things short, it was by far the most fun i had at a car event in years.

IMG_2223 by RDenton, on Flickr

As for photography? The whole place turned me want to take cool, artsy pics...

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And then & went for a walk around & saw this little combo next to the Mercedes club...

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Then, more photo taking fun ensued!

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It was a genuinely sad moment when at 2:15pm, after everyone else had gone, i had to leave.

But i made a promise while relaxing with a couple of others. I decided that when i have the opportunity, i will be coming to another Bicester Scramble!

All the pics are of course in the link. https://flic.kr/s/aHsmKwY2cz

Three Sunday Services in a row for me. Never thought i'd ever do that again.

Till the next time!

Rob.

bobski1

834 posts

53 months

Thursday 9th January
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Does anybody remember the name of the company who had the 2 entirely custom bikes out front? One was a Ducati & the other was a Kawasaki.

Dift

1,512 posts

176 months

Thursday 9th January
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deBola Engineering and Design.

They where both stunning!

bobski1

834 posts

53 months

Thursday 9th January
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They were things of beauty, thank you. DeBolex Engineering if anybody else is trying to google DeBola laugh

Dift

1,512 posts

176 months

Thursday 9th January
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bobski1 said:
They were things of beauty, thank you. DeBolex Engineering if anybody else is trying to google DeBola laugh
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itcaptainslow

2,497 posts

85 months

Friday 10th January
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bobski1 said:
They were things of beauty, thank you. DeBolex Engineering if anybody else is trying to google DeBola laugh
Gorgeous bikes, utterly cringeworthy name!

1962

81 posts

124 months

Sunday 12th January
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