Motorcycle friendly accomodations
Posted 29 June 2006 - 09:49 am
and ill sort somit out later
yamaha : xv535/92-92 | red TDM850/92-05 | silver TDM900A/05-
get them here
Posted 29 June 2006 - 10:04 am
location : click here
run by Andre(geordie lad) and his wife Marie(German lady with good english)
he has dorms and/or single and/or double rooms
suitable for individuals,couples and LARGE groups good.gif
The accommodation is great, just like a home away from home, much more friendly than a guest house
with a workshop for any bits you need to do and a play room (pool table, darts, beers etc) out the back.
Breakfast is great with plenty of options to cater for all tastes
The roads around the area are great, wish i'd had more time to explore.
apparently only an hour from the Nurburg ring too.
My TDM :
Black 1991 850 MK1, 160k+ miles(ish, best guess really, gave up trying to keep count after 3rd set of clocks and 3rd engine), PilotRoad2 tyres, custom stubby exhaust system, bluespot calipers & goodridge braided hoses with dunlopads, maxton forks, Ohlins shock, kedo handguards, stainless TDM grill, Scottoiler with lubetube & dual nozzle thingy, Givi Wingrack2 with E45 & 2xE36s, renntec crash bars, Autocom with blueteeth & PMR radio, TomTom Rider2, Optimate IIIsp, Bagster tank cover, anti-dazzle coating
to fit : led spotlights, heated grips, new braided lines and rear caliper that actually has bleed nipples
Silver-ish 2003 900, 70k miles, PilotRoad3 front tyre (new@65k) & PR2 rear(new at 69k), Renthal 755 bars with KTM handguards, oxford unheated grips, power commander 3usb, scorpion titanium exhausts, standard screen with vario winglet thingy, stainless grill, oem centre stand, bagster tank cover, givi monokey topplate mounted on grabrail with V46 topbox, Givi PL pannier rails with E21s, crash bungs, mirror extender thingys, Halfords Advanced Laser Blue brillance bulbs, 21w led spotlights, touring scottoiler with leehenty dual nozzle, Autocom with blueteeth & PMR radio, TomTom Rider3 Urban, winter style anti-dazzle coating
to fit : led brake light strip, replacement heated grips
current rides : TDM850 3vd/mk1=tourer&scratcher, TRX850=weekend twisty toy, TDM900=commuter, Z750 hardtail=project
gone but not forgotton : XTZ750=overland touring toy, GS500e, GS125
If you don't like my answers you should cease asking stupid questions!
Posted 23 December 2006 - 12:44 pm
CORRAN HOTEL/BUNKHOUSE. OBAN. SCOTLAND.
BRAICH GOCH HOTEL/BUNKHOUSE. CORRIS. WALES.
BIKERS RETREAT. DOLGELLAU. WALES.
HEN FELIN. ABERCEGIR. Nr MACHYNLLETH. WALES.
WHITE LION HOTEL. MACHYNLLETH. WALES
HIGHDOWN INN. HIGHDOWN. ISLE of WIGHT. CAMPSITE OPPOSITE(STOATS FARM).
FOUNTAIN INN. MEVAGISSEY. CORNWALL.
WHITE HART. MORETONHAMPSTEAD. DEVON.
SPARKFORD INN. SPARKFORD. SOMERSET.
NEELD ARMS. GRITTLETON. WILTSHIRE.
I think most do have a web site.
Edited by cyco900, 24 December 2006 - 11:55 am.
[b]Now 03 TDM900 and Honda 450 Cafe Racer - previous bikes:- 97 virago535 -Triumph Trophy900- TDM850Mk1- Honda VF750F- Honda CB350K4- Honda CB650F chop- Suzuki 100- Honda CB900F x2 -Honda CB250 Dream -Kawasaki K400 -Honda CB650F Chop- Honda CB750K2- Kawasaki Z1000- HD Sportster1000- Triumph 500t- Honda 400/4- TriBsa 650- BSA C15- Triumph Speedtwin combo -BSA B33 chop- BSA A65 -BSA A10 chop- Ariel Golden Arrow- BSA Bantam- Francis Barnet- NSU Quickly. think thats the lot?
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Posted 02 January 2007 - 12:03 am
He probably needs more marketing, or a more interactive interface. Haven't talked to the maker in years (scottsman active on advrider.com), perhaps he needs a new impulse. If updated this site would be perfect...
Posted 06 January 2007 - 11:38 pm
............didn't realise your wife had a B & B nanook.............
Posted 09 January 2007 - 10:22 pm
only one ??? a popular Honda riding Brummie like yerself shud have at least 2 mates
spyball alarm/immob, bluespot brake calipers and Stainless hoses, Fournales air adjustable shock with Remote Resevoir, forks raised 10mm thru yokes, racetech linear fork springs in 15 wt oil, Kappa wingrack/luggage, heated grips, Kedo handguards, dual heat controller to power heated jacket liner and or pants!!, Stebel 136DB horn, K&N air filter, colour matched Baglux tank cover (magnetic tank bag modified to fit cover), osram +50% headloight bulbs, headlight protector," NitramSpecial" parking loight, tail light indicators all running on LED's & incorporate "Lite Buddies", MK7 Scottoiler fitted, taller screen, 2-2 stainless steel CCC's, Devil stainless down pipes. MKI Renntec engine crash bars & sump guard.
engine changed july 2007 on a dyno run it made 79.1BHP / Torque 59.9Had a brief flirtation with a 1999 MKIIa but it blew an exaust valve on the M5 so was sold on to be repaired.
I loike tay and hang sangwiches !
Posted 10 October 2007 - 07:57 pm
we stayed at cregan guest house, in ullapool
very clean and biker friendly,
they have 10 rooms, overnight stay inc
full breakfast only cost us £20.00 each,
Edited by ajfergie, 10 October 2007 - 07:59 pm.
Posted 27 June 2008 - 09:11 pm
Jim even has a workshop he'll let you use (for all you MK1 boys )
The older I get, the better I was
96 MkII in yellow & silver with bluespots, braided lines, Remus 2 into 1, Hagon rear shock & fork springs, bashplate, heated grips,Motech pannier racks, Road Attacks, Jockoiler, Baglux tank cover & bag. Gone to a far better place - hasn't it Remo?
Another 96 Mk2 in yellow & silver - absolutely standard & pristine ( apart from a butchered rear mudguard - but I'm looking for a new one
'76 Suzuki GT500 Stroker in need of a rebuild
'80 Yamaha XT250 mudplugger
another '81 XT250
'91 BMW R80GS - this one really will do a RTW trip
'05 BMW K1200S - inline four with a shaft
'10 BMW R1200GSA Anniversary Edition
'02 Fazer 1000 - 4 carbs are better than 2 ! - water pump rebuilt by Mr Ramrod Engineering
'00 Triumph Adventurer - Cruiser with a difference - British & a triple
Gary's Bathtub - '99 BMW K1200RS in luvverly pillarbox red . Now been Waspycycled to Nuneaton
And the Latest Addition - a nice BMW G650 XCountry greenlaner - on long term loan to Boy Wonder
1996 Kawasaki KH125 Stroker
2000 TDM Mk2A - nicely Studleyfied - Modified by Masterbrewer, but we've fixed that now !
2004 TDM 900 in Silver/Blue - heated grips, MRA vary screen, Wilbers rear shock & engine bars to fit
BMW S1000XR in white
Posted 27 June 2008 - 09:52 pm
Apart from that, this site looks OK for holidays in Germany, http://www.tourenhot...eutschland.html.
Seems to be all in German, but you get the general idea. Have never tried any of them, as usually go to France, however, I can translate bits if anyone interested,
Don't need no oil drums no more.
Posted 24 August 2008 - 04:27 pm
Posted 21 November 2008 - 11:19 am
No idea if its any good asI have never been. Looks noice.
If you want to mark your location on the Carpe map: http://www.carpe-tdm...opic.php?t=5117
Doin valve clearances? Use dappers valve shim exchange program and the job will be carroty - Free (other than you postin me yer shims) for sporting members.
Active member of TPLQHCSRSFC and TSRMCMAS (even though a year off) and avid fan of PM not sent.
Posted 10 November 2009 - 06:07 am
Carinya Alpine Village
+61 2 64562252
2 minutes from The Barry Way yet only 15 minutes from Jindabyne
Beautiful location on Dalgety River
Edited by mat41174, 10 November 2009 - 06:09 am.
Posted 10 November 2009 - 06:16 am
TDM 850 Loud and unusual. CRM 250r Woo hoo! DT 230 Lanza Fiddled with.... Bloody hell, is that legal? GG Randonee AKA "I didn't think that was possible".
Posted 04 April 2010 - 06:10 am
If anyone is thinking of going over to France, I'm just back from a weekend break at the above in Brittany. The owners are long-term bikers and though it was early season and the weather was mixed, the roads are just fabulous - loads of long straights through the forests and lovely twisties. The B&B is clean, well equipped and of course, the most important, under cover parking for your pride and joy. Food was also good and plentiful with a good supply of beer and wine. Ken, one of the owners, conducted the ride outs on his 800cc Bonneville and tailors the routes to suit the group.
And before anyone asks, no, Ken isn't my cousin and he didn't slip me a fiver for the write-up, though now that I think of it, must ask for a discount next time.
Finally, I went on LD Lines Portsmouth to Le Havre. Was cheap as chips though you do have a 200 mile trip at the other end. Portsmouth - St Malo gives you a one hour trip in France but is more expensive. I arrived at 8am so had all day to to get there. Even if you take the Peage (toll road), it only costs EUR 2.60.
Edited by AliG, 04 April 2010 - 06:13 am.
2004 900 - Blue with lots of goodies
2012 900 - Black. Still adding shiny bits
2018 Royal Enfield Himalayan in white
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