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Discussion in 'Lounge' started by Robarano, Dec 4, 2019 at 6:51 PM.
On TV this Sunday . Should be good.
Looking forward to it, it would be nice if he did it on a true period bike though.
Well, Steve McQueen famously didn't use a period bike. So I can forgive Guy for that.
It was a triumph tr6 with about 30hp and I doubt the chassis and suspension was up to much either.
He could have borrowed mine..
Will it involve buckets full of Tea................looking forward to the day & very much liked what he got up to in Japan.
Is he still up to his old tricks of pulling one off in the back of his transit?
It wasn't Steve Mcqueen either. Bud Ekins did the jump, I have a poster in my garage of the jump.He was cool though!
Now that would be a great Guinness book record with a sidecar....Guy is surely mad enough for the challenge.
This is the McQueen bike. Dick Shepherd owns it now, apparently it’s 95% authentic. Dick let my lad sit on it but he’s never heard of Steve McQueen, he’ll appreciate it when he’s older.
Hope your watching, if interested.
Good so far. Nice to see they devoted 2 hours to it.
Nice history lesson as well.
Very entertaining, enjoyed it
Only managed to see the last thirty minutes as watching Holmes & Moriorty cuddling in a waterfall with no armbands,Anyway he did it with no surprise and what a lovely product placement from our Triumph bikes which will increase their sales worldwide.As for the vistas on location always breathtaking,if you not been out there get on with it folks.
Thoroughly enjoyed as usual.
Mmm, IMO the program was padded out with a load of extraneous crap so it was far too long. I lost interest and went to bed before seeing the final jump. Andy