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Monday, 23 July 2012

Boppin' at King Billy's

Took the A7 out for a spin to Northampton yesterday to take a look at the King Billy and Sooty's Custom Show. Good little gig at a first class boozer. Bands, burlesque, burgers, beer and bikes all afternoon, ain't nothing wrong with that. There was a strong showing on the Milwaukee front but this unit Trumpet was doing a fine job of keepin' the flag flying.

Reckon this Knuck may well be a survivor, certainly looks the real deal.

Beautifully built Shovel, it'd be a crime if this didn't win anything on the day.

The A7 at rest on the way back, ran strong all day, after changing the clutch cable which lasted all of 500 yards after setting sail in the morning..

If you ever find yourself at a loose end in Northampton, check out the King William IV on Commercial Street, it's everything a good pub should be.

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