This article is about our camp, the third part, today we introduce to you is the attitude of our families, after all, motor trip is danger if you are not care yourself, so long distance, so long journey. Many factors you can't forecast, such as the weather, the sudden accidents, lose your way.the bad road, and so on, so travel by motor is an excited thing, it will let how is the crazy, of course .
Our parents worried us so much, and our wife and son, they may don't agree us to do this , but even they oppose, we insist to love motor, dreaming that ride it to look the world, even we may meet many difficulties we can't image, but we believe we can solve it together, because like the saying goes, Union is strength. However, we can't play motor too crazy, we must take care of our body, we should have the responsibility for our parents, our wife and sons. In a word, we must observe traffic regulations, be safe for traveling. This is so important and it is premise before we set out, as the leader, before we set out every time, I will strength this point for three times that raise their safety consciousness.
Next I will talking about my view about our motor camp's development. Actually, I have no idea about this, no important point, I just hope our camp can develop more and more better, more people join us, more people like motor, and more people can understand us, we will make a detailed rules about motor travel, we will list them on paper ,one by one, and call every one together ,listen their advices, add it, make it more perfect.
On the other hand, we will hold more parties or exhibitions about motor, to let more people know motor well, including introduce the new type, or new activities, we may introduce it to you in our party,at the mean time ,we will publish our pictures during our trip to the website , welcome to visit our website,below the picture, there are some wards about our thoughts ,mainly is discuss the question with all netizen during your riding, we hope you can find the answer in our website.
At last , to do a summarize, may be we can't play motor like today, always together, there may be a day we leave, we apart,so play motor together is not a life thing, but the friendship between us is deeply, no one can apart us,I don't care where you go what you do ,how you think, just only ask you don't forget our brothers, my lovely brother. Our happy time we get together, that picture is the evidence ,please put these good memory in your heart ,in your brain, don't forget that, I believe ,no matter where we go , we will meet you next time, may be in Shanghai ,In Qingdao,or our beach ,our most love, see you ,motor funs, see you ,next time.
Dirt racing on loose-surfaced mile and half mile circuits is the backbone of American competition. Following eligibility changes in 1969 the racing between 750cc ohv twins for the 's coveted Number One Plate was extremely close, with BSA, H-D, Norton, Triumph, and Yamaha all capable of winning on the day.
A situation that continued until Harley's XR eventually produced considerably more horsepower than all the vertical twins. Thus prompting Kenny Roberts into racing that modified Z7S0 Yamaha at the Indianapolis Mile in 1 , and winning, but on a machine that even he claimed was close to lethal. The AMA banned four cylinder two-strokes on the dirt soon after.
Hundreds of American townships sported suitable tracks, for traditional local fairgrounds invariably possessed a horse-trotting oval between 800 and 1800 yards in length, usually with a grandstand alongside. The bike pits would be located in the infield and mechanics were obliged to wear white overalls. Ascot Park, in Los Angeles, was the exception as this purpose built 1000-yard track had no equine connections. In constant use from March to October, Ascot had an almost dilapidated appearance by day, but morphed into a magnetic attraction after dusk wherein the racing for the season long Dirt Championship was held at night under floodlights.
The track naturally had a few local specialists who'd give any of the country's top riders a run whenever they dared appear and because Friday night half miles had run for so long, some of the regular 'wrenches' overalls could best be described as off-white.
There was another phenomenon about Ascot, unproven, but worth mentioning. At night, apparently, the adobe surface drew in moisture from the atmosphere, causing a major change to the track's grip factor. The After Eight type surface that evolved as the sun went down, after completion of practice, suited the characteristics of Norton's engine admirably, giving their riders more grip than rivals.
This is borne out by Norton's relative lack of success whenever performing at Ascot in daytime. The Friday night races nearly disappeared in 1969, when long time promoter J C Agajanian lost interest due to better paying national events.
Fortunately, Bruce Cox and Gavin Trippe - who'd both worked for the British weeklies - had just arrived in USA, and had recently established their own publication, Motor Cycle Weekly. They stepped into the Ascot vacuum, took over from Aggy, and very successfully resuscitated the Friday night event, later going on to promote the US 250 MXGP at Carlsbad, an F750 race at Laguna Seca - the first time for bikes - as well as creating the popular UK Transatlantic series at Easter time.:)
Not just a talented racer, Barry Sheene was everything that the racers of those days were afraid of being. He rode like a tornado, lived like a rock star and spoke like a rebel. His cornering and wheelies on straights sent his fans into uncontrollable raptures. Not only did he make motorcycle racing popular, he even added a lot of colour and money to it. Appearing in advertisements and endorsements was something only a chap like Barry, with such a huge fan following, could do. He brought in the culture of coloured leather suits during the days of white and even spoke for a higher fee for the factory riders. Not just that, he raised his voice for rider safety, too, and openly announced his opposition to including the dangerous Isle of Man TT course in the list of World Championship race tracks. He invented a back support system for riders, using old helmet visors, and later sold it to riding gear maker, Dainese.
Sheene also tried his hand at television shows and was even seen in a sci-fi film with his wife. Sheene moved to Australia in the late 1980s with his family in search of a slightly warmer climate for his arthritis. Later, in 2002, he was diagnosed with the cancer of the throat and oesophagus. His state was so bad that he could hardly eat anything. One day he decided to eat and regain his strength. Why? Because he wanted to race for the last time ever at the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Not only did Barry win the race, but, rising like a phoenix, he won the hearts of many round the world.
Triumph, one of the oldest and most venerable motorcycle brands in the world, have officially confirmed their entry into India, According to a press note issued by the Hinckley-based manufacturers, they have appointed Ashish Joshi as managing director for India Prior to Joining Triumph, Ashish headed the European operations of Royall Enfield and was responsible for establishing the company's business in Europe. Commenting on the Triumph's entry into the Indian market, Nick Bloor, CEO of Triumph Motorcycles,UK, said,Indiais a very important motorcycle market and T Mum ph has assessed it carefully before deciding to step in. We see it as the next step in our global business model, The appointment of Ashish Joshi' is a signal of our seriousness about success inIndia. I wish him the best and look forward to comprehensive growth from the Indian market. International media recently claimed that triumph were indeed developing a 350-cc, single-cylinder motorcycle that would be assemble in theirThailandplant. The new bike, is being lined up as an affordable entry-level bike in developed markets like the IUS and Europe and as a presti9'l3 model in growing markets like Asia, Africa andSouth America. If these reports do turn out to be true ~ chances are high that the motorcycle will also make its way intoIndiato finally fill up a very significant gap in indian motorcycling.