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Number of posts : 100 Age : 43 Location : North West UK Points : 3738 Registration date : 2011-02-01
Subject: Cat and Fiddle. Sun Jun 26, 2011 5:42 pm
Been over the legendary cat and fiddle today, perfect weather and conditions.
Met a friend at the pub, had a chinwag for an hour or so.
Was only the scooter in the car park but ha ho!!!!
Try it sometime soon.
dspevack Silver Wing Guru
Number of posts : 2009 Age : 55 Location : Miami, FL Points : 6727 Registration date : 2008-12-27
Subject: Re: Cat and Fiddle. Sun Jun 26, 2011 6:16 pm
Does a base fiddle count? (From Walt Disney's "The Aristocats")
MikeO Site Admin
Number of posts : 3344 Age : 71 Location : Seaham, Co Durham, UK Points : 7690 Registration date : 2009-06-29
Subject: Re: Cat and Fiddle. Sun Jun 26, 2011 6:34 pm
Yes, great ride; I did it on my X9500 about four years ago - in very damp conditions so that the back end kept sliding even though we were going slowly.
Meldrew Visiting Curmudgeon
Number of posts : 3537 Location : York, North Yorkshire, England UK Points : 7266 Registration date : 2010-11-16
Subject: Re: Cat and Fiddle. Mon Jun 27, 2011 2:59 am
Isn't that now officially the UK's most dangerous road. The Aerostich catalogue used to have copies of an old 1950's road safety print that they used to display on the Cat and Fiddle with the warning ''Ride like a knob and you'll die''.