About to leave Venice part way through our trans-europe ride.
And one of Maureen on the Italian coast, enjoying the warming weather and her brand-new Belstaff.
Reaching the destination: our R60/7 at the kibbutz in 1977. Bikes weren't normally allowed onto kibbutzes but we got special permission.
Maureen on the bike at the southern tip of the Sinai desert. It was hot and desolate with mirages appearing ahead of us before we finally reached the coast at Ras Mohammed and were able to have a swim.
Only my second road bike and the collectible that got away: my very early 1959 model Bonneville bought and sold in 1970. It was T120 020438, only 61 numbers off the first Bonneville ever made.
Coming to Albany and getting dirty: learning to fly on my brand-new Yamaha MX250 in 1974.
Fast forward to 1979 and Maureen coming back from a dirt ride on the Honda TL125 near Torbay Hall.
Then having fun on my 1981 model R80GS in 1985 approximately.