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This thing was bloody amazing.

Zef's spent ages talking me through the V8 bike, from the amazing electrics,
to the anti squat rear, constant chain tension, hidden rads, stacked gearbox,
clutch access, adjustable gearing but never changing the rear sprockets, etc etc.
Much more high tech than the turbine and he has a real passion for its development.


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Went to Silverstone two weeks before to watch Rossi teach the Spanish Dwarfs
how to ride in the rain. Didn't take too many pics and the ones I did aren't great,
but.....

The 3rd loudest thing there was a MotoGP bike. FARK! They are loud.

The 2nd loudest thing was the cheer when Marquez fell off.

The loudest thing was the crowd when Rossi won.
I swear the Pommies must think he's English.
They bloody love him.
Never seen a rider get so much support from the crowd.


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All the pics down to the Moriwaki Zed with the Promo girl were taken at
Shelsley Walsh Festival of bikes. Shelsley Hill climb is the worlds oldest Motorsport Venue still in use.
The Flying Millyard and the V10 Viper were both built by Allen Millyard.
The Gas Turbine bike is a rebuilt (and much improved) Y2K and that and
the very trick V8 bike were both built by Zef Eisenberg.

The two poor GP pics were obviously from Silverstone (a great day out)

The house I rented was at Port Melon, between Mevagissey and Goran,
just down the road from the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
 

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Zef was a absolute top bloke !

Despite having someone there trying to do a write up and heaps of folk interested
in both his Turbine and V8 bikes, and trying to run them up the hill, he made time
for a long one-on-one chat and talked me through a lot of stuff he's doing.

He had a smile that folk from AU were following his bikes and was keen to chat.
A very smart and helpful guy (as was Allen with the V10 and huge V-twin monster)

Great to meet them both.

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