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Re: on the road again 4

Post by Barry Creary » Thu May 26, 2016 8:42 pm

Thanks Rickard what a wonderful read :thumb Beat shore is a legend and thank you Beat for your history in racing :shock:

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by beat » Sat May 28, 2016 9:10 pm

Hi gents,

WE ARE WELL BACK HOME :!: :!: :!:

Report will fallow.....

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by Jack Gifford » Sun May 29, 2016 5:09 am

Congratulations on a non-tale-of-woe trip! :thumb
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Re: on the road again 4

Post by midgie » Sun May 29, 2016 9:15 am

good stuff beat, look forward to the report. I have been away myself for a week in menorca, no interesting motorcycles to report, but plenty of 'attractions' :thumb

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Post by Mark Cook » Sun May 29, 2016 9:42 am

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by beat » Wed Jun 01, 2016 9:35 am

Hello friends,

Have had a good size sleep now within this last two days ( was needing it.... <987 <987 )

at first, - many thanks to all you nice gents with your posts and Ian and Mark Cook and Anita and Andy to meet on the way!

but now: the report.
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the first week....
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the second week......
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the third week.
the facts: 6581 Km`s, - 216.6 Liters of fuel.
makes a average of 3.291 L / 100 Km, say 3.3 Liters by 100. ( in miles / gallons ??? )

to report the bad side first: the wetter, 15 of this 20 days it was raining, it was misty and it was cold.
five days it was nice and some other days had some short moments of sunshine.
IMO not the real good biking time..... :(

but anyway, - once started, I did not had many choice to go different ways.....

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by beat » Wed Jun 01, 2016 11:06 am

Well, started monday morning 7 O`clock in the pouring rain, near on 500 km`s to Nevers in france. Rain never stopped, myself was totally wet when arrived in a cheap hotel ( 40 Euros ) in the evening.
Next day, 8 O`clock started in the rain, 550 km`s to the coast in the Normandie. lots of highway roads to get there, still raining, I ws just refilling fuel every 250 km`s and sandwiches and Fanta any second fuelstop.
one hour before arriving the Target ( a campground near St Malo ) the sun comes trough for a few minutes, this just to make me jealous and serving me with a thunderstorm, instantly filling my shoes completely with water..... <204
finding a campground and hiring a tent for the night.... ( 38 Euros with breakfast )
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everithing wet except the stuff I kept in the black bag on the rear
next day just did a 150km`s to Roscoff to get to know as the ferry to Cork / Ireland is not going cause by a technical breakdown! ( it may be built by BSA ??? )
so I took the one was staying ready to leave for Plymouth, arrived there in the late afternoon, missed the road and endet up somewhere in the industrial zone and payd late in the evening 87 £ ( 130 Euros ) for a hotel with NO breakfast!

Next day from Plymouth to Bristol, the morning in the rain, the afternoone sunny, I came to Duster. a nice old place and my bike parked by the " market hall " near to a lovely restored old Goldstar.
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Re: on the road again 4

Post by beat » Wed Jun 01, 2016 8:41 pm

hi all,

from the Minehead area to Bristol in the nice sunshine a lovely ride but in Bristol town I got lost somewhere, so calling up for the Rescue Guide....
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Ian Hingley of Bristol...
really nice to meet him agayn after 8 years time and I just can say thanks a lot for all you have done for me :!:
the nice meeting we had at hes home is easier to read in hes post I say.

Next day from Bristol to Fishguard where the Ferry gos to Ireland, Rosslare, half a day only.
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stretching my legs and waiting for the ferry
arrived in the evening on a campground in Ireland, - it was nice but bloody cold I say, minus 2 ore 4°C, Ground was frozen at nighttime :!:
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near Rosslare , Ireland
Did not sleep much because I was totally NOT prepared to camp by such cool temperatures...... :cry:

Next morning fallowing the coast to Cork and doing this " Ring of Kerry " road.
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yeas, - Ireland is nice !!

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Post by HPbyStan » Wed Jun 01, 2016 9:03 pm

Cold,,, dang beat, I thought you were the one person I know that is prepared for anything. I love following your trip on here tks.

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by beat » Wed Jun 01, 2016 9:27 pm

by this time I was one week on the road, and to look back what happened with the BSA - I was totally surprised by this thing:
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it just runs and runs and.........
the only thing I did was adjusting the timing a notch, going for a little bit later because I could hear a pinging coming up by warmer temperatures.
lubricating the rearchain once a day was other regular maintenance it got.
for the rest: - gave it a kick ore two and it vent off.
crossing the river Shannon by a small Ferry
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visiting the cliffs of moher
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stay one night in Mc Carthys at Westport
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and wondering as they still cutting Turf as a heating fuel out in the Moores...
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industrial Turfcutting
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they really have nice roads for the B50 and it was easy to find the way by just fallowing this roadsigns over several days.
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so far for today

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Post by minetymenace » Wed Jun 01, 2016 11:20 pm

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by skippy » Thu Jun 02, 2016 12:01 am

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by beat » Thu Jun 02, 2016 7:57 pm

hi gents,

well, the last part of the irelandtour I cam to londonderry and was fallowing the coast direction to Larne.
a couple of miles before Larne I decidet to fill up the fueltank paying by Euros because I did not had any Scottish Pounds with me.

7.4 liter I refilled and vent off the station passing the village.
but something strange happened, - the engine lost power after a half a mile and the Lambda reader was showing lean, very lean - a value around 20 / 1!
opening a second fuel tap, pulling choke,- still the same <201 <201
I decidet to go back to the fuelstation and asking them what a p..i..ss they have sold to me.... :!:

at the station I switched off engine but strange: it still was running, evan as Ignition was shurely OFF.
so I pulled the cap OFF the spark plug - and engine still running!!!

then I had a look over to the place I was refilling " fuel " , it was Nr. 6 :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops: :oops:
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Nr. 6 was the Tap......
I lost interest to ask the Lady at the station what she was selling to me....
and asket the guy at the repairshop nearby if he could use the liquid I had in my tank.....
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first and only seriously problem on the B50...
the friendly man cam with a vacuum pump and soon the tank was empty.
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quick empty tank with a vacpump
taking the plug out on the carbis floater housing to flush the lines and give 10 bucks to the man, refilling REAL 95 Fuel - one kick later I was on my way again <216

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by beat » Thu Jun 02, 2016 8:46 pm

came to Larne, find a nice campground near the Port, took the ferry next morning to Cairnryan in Scotland and had a good sleep in a Pub with Accommodation just nearby.

next day I heading north for Ayr, Oban, Loch Ness and staing two nights in a huge caravan rented out as B&B for 50 £ a night at Fort Augustus.
Two days I was there because one of them it was just and only raining!
The morning after BSA started but when opened trottle it diet. My guess was Water in the carbi because bike was standing two days outside in the pooring rain.
so I took out plug at the bowl to flush and with clean fuel now it vent of as ever before.....
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at Loch Ness: can you see NESSY ? - there are two of them...
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Day 3 at Loch Ness a bit sunshine early in the morning
nice roads an the way to Ullapool and Durness, the most northern place I cam in scotland on my tour.
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nice castles on the way .....
:grin: :grin: :grin: :grin:
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and the lovely Highland cattles on the road
I arrived Durness at lunchtime and was eating the only one, last and hot sausage roll in the place.... :lol:

one mile after Durness it started raining: heavy raining with strong wind and there was no further to see than 50 ore 100 yards ahead!
so I vent southwards direction to Inverness, arrived there late in the evening and paid 99 £ for a night in a Hotel with breakfast but was happy to get out of my wet cloth ....

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by beat » Fri Jun 03, 2016 8:20 pm

hi all,
the day after Inverness was remarkable.
it was the only one day I was riding my BSA all day and NOT getting wet!
from Inverness to the Grampians, visiting the Mom at Balmoral Castle and getting south near Berwick - upon - Tweed.
found a good and cheap Hotel ( called eyesleep ) in Eyemouth.
a lovely village with a excellent chinese Takeway.
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the scottish highlands near the top
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lovely beaches in the bays, just a touch to fresh for a swim...
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in the Grampians, nice narrow B50 roads and snow on the Mountains top...
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Eyemouth near the english boarder
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the place where the scottish Arme is doing there exercises
next day was full of horrors: Newcastle , Sunderland, Middlesbrogh, Whitbe ( top restaurant: Subway ), then Scarborough, York and the M1 to Doncaster.
if I hate something, it are Freeways with four ore more Lanes, not knowing wich is my direction nor what Lane I should choice to get to my Target :!:

lucky, by the end of the day I arrived at the place I was swimming for :
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the Workshop of Mark Cook in Goldthorpe

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by beat » Fri Jun 03, 2016 9:08 pm

Yeas, it was nice to meet Mark and Anita again, having a look around in the new Workshop and later going to there home to stay over night and to enjoy there hospitality!
Thank you very much is the only thing I can say and hopefully we will meet once more maybe nearer to the Alps ?


leaving Mark in the morning, picking up the wrong road ( M1 ), heading south as fast as the Trucks are usually going and came by the M69 and A429 to Poole in the later afternoon.
a frendly stay in a B&B, a short ride to the Port next morning and the Ferry at 10.30 was bringing me to Cherbourg- Octville in France.
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good by England.....
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hello France....
at the coast in the Normandie I could not resist:
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evan as it was terrible cold....
the next day was serving me with rain and sunshine in alternate, but I had 600 Kms to do for arriving in the valley of the river Loire .
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and there I met one: a nice castle at the Loire.
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the Town of Gien
and my last camp at the river
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yeas, it was my washing day!!!
next morning early I packet my stuff on to the bike, stucking in the mist but at least not raining.
weilst wearing my helmet, I could feel the first drops ..... <204
the next 300 kms it was pissing like hell, somewhere there was hail on the road 5 inches deep for several miles - but the BSA was running and bringing me
near to the swiss border where the rain stopped and the last 150 Kms I had evan some sunshine!

at the late afternoon I arrived in Gränichen, 20 days on the B50 behind me.

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by David S » Fri Jun 03, 2016 11:04 pm

What a great trip! You sure had a fun time!

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Post by skippy » Sat Jun 04, 2016 12:39 am

I'm with Stan on this one. <917 and very entertaining story too. <1010 :grin:
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Re: on the road again 4

Post by Jack Gifford » Sat Jun 04, 2016 5:34 am

Many thanks Beat, for sharing your adventures with us!
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Re: on the road again 4

Post by Ian Hingley » Mon Jun 13, 2016 12:43 pm

Well done Beat!

Some great photos and memories there!

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by Mark Cook » Mon Jun 13, 2016 1:17 pm

It's a shame how little interest is generated by things going well. I wonder how many of us have a running road bike? If so how many would ride it hundreds of miles a day after day. He has a lubrication system that would terrify a plumber, a home brew ignition that has a worrying development history and I hate to think what else. That said it seems to run on diesel! I'm determined and inspired by Beat to get back on the road again, hopefully to have minor adventures.
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Post by Chris Pellett » Mon Jun 13, 2016 8:40 pm

I know what you mean Mark and I'm guilty on all counts.
As a bit of recompense I'll congratulate Beat now (apologise for being late with that) and say that Beat's adventures DO generate a good deal of interest in this house.
Firstly Beat's posts are the only ones that my wife enjoys reading, not only because of the unique phonetic English, but also because of the remarkable effort that Beat puts in on all he does.
It was because of Beat coming over in 2008 that we made the effort to ride to Farleigh.
It rained then,
drenched when we got home.
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Equally the dedication you put in Mark, and Besaboy Richard, got me along to the CCM @ 40 meet. Thanks for that.
I hope you do get back on the road again,
I think Evel Knievel said "you are not a loser if you get back up".
On the Road Again 4 should give us all the determination to get out and ride more, I certainly plan to, and that's more down to Beat than anyone else.
Thanks Beat

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by beat » Mon Jun 13, 2016 9:03 pm

Ian Hingley wrote:Well done Beat!
thanks Ian and others, - over all, I have had a good time on the bike and evan as it was ( nearly :oops: ) always running, it was NOT a boring trip ad all !
Mark Cook wrote:He has a lubrication system that would terrify a plumber, a home brew ignition that has a worrying development history and I hate to think what else.
if I am a little bit proud about anything, it are this mods I have made on my bike.

- the oiling: the ARV ( Air Reaction Valve ) still in place and NEVER ever any signs of wetsumping seen !
- the " Airbaskets " in the engine cases primary side: I have never noticed the ugly overfilling of the primary drive side with engine oil.
- the oil consumption by this 6500 km's : near on to nothing ! the 3 liter of spare oil I was carrying with me I not evan opened the containers :!: :!:
this means as the last rebuild done by Mark Cook PES was excellent, the rebore of the barrel as well as the new conrod :!:
- the points booster ignition: just going sweet, - from the first mile up to the last, - evan the switch to change over to standard points ignition did not make any truble :lol:


in the meantime I have cleaned up completely the bike.

and I have overhauled the rear wheel brake as planed. now linings needed on the shoes.
and found one more brocken spoke in there. did a nice welding and using it again, realized as the original ones will brake one after the other, - and the welded ones do not make any faults :!: <201

BTW,
Mark Cook wrote: That said it seems to run on diesel!
Ha, Ha, yeas, - at least on a mixture of 50 / 50, - and as it was still running with the plug cap of the spark plug, - it surely says as it dos have a good compression ratio to do the self ignition as a real Diesel is doing :!: :!: :laugh :laugh

but I found ONE seriousely breakdown on the bike:
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the buttstrap on the Toolbox Nr 2 cames off...
digging out my privat sawing machine....
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who knows this machine ??
( just to say: I have seen Mark Cooks and Anitas sawing machines, - they have really nice big ones.... :oops: )

and a half hour later:
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it is repaired !
.....and beat is proud once more :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by beat » Mon Jun 13, 2016 9:12 pm

hi Chris and Jenny,

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you are looking about same wett as I did daily whilst my trip

:laugh :laugh

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by skippy » Tue Jun 14, 2016 12:18 am

beat wrote:who knows this machine ??
Is it called an all??? not sure of the spelling.
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Post by minetymenace » Tue Jun 14, 2016 6:13 am

skippy wrote:not sure of the spelling
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Re: on the road again 4

Post by beat » Tue Jun 14, 2016 8:05 pm

minetymenace wrote:A W L
skippy wrote:Is it called an all???
it is a sewing awl ( Speedy Stitcher ) :thumb

I bought it by RM Williams at Rockhampton in Queensland Australia, abouth 30 years ago. <212

guess you guys down under knowing to use it same handy as the barbecue tongs......

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by Canberra » Thu Jun 16, 2016 1:59 pm

Hi Beat,

It's amazing what ends up in the toolbox that comes in handy in future. Thought I recognised the awl. Great to hear of your trip and many more of them to you. I remember getting caught once in my younger years in UK filling up with diesel instead of petrol. Only made that mistake once and amazed my domiracer I was riding at the time actually ran on it for a while.

Great story and successful trip. Maybe another trip down under one day. I expect a few others will do in 2018.

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Re: on the road again 4

Post by b50root » Fri Jun 17, 2016 7:21 pm

So what´s happening in 2018?

We will be in Australia a couple of hours in January when we go to NZ again.

Say hi to Lynn.

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