Pete Chapman

Pete Chapman

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its starts from you, so believe what I know. you are amazing! After all I know you best and I see what you may not, so until you see it too, let me give you the words of encouragement you need.

You don't know.....

Hindley judges hesathcliff like people did in the setting of the Next to my CS Lewis quote, this is my new life motto. Stop judging, and start loving others that's my challenge to you all.

NEVER stop riding!

❤️ Women Riding Motorcycles ❤️ Girls on Bikes ❤️ Biker Babes ❤️ Lady Riders ❤️ Girls who ride rock ❤️

Didn't see me or didn't look? Watch for motorcycles. #looktwice #savelives

It's a well proven fact with vehicle drivers. If you do not LOOK for motorcycles or bicycles you will not "see" them. Watch for motorcycles. We are everywhere.

John Britten's spectacular bike, nearly every piece was built by him by hand at his home shop, including the engine. A race bike, this home made unit competitively raced, and often won, against the major manufactures bikes that had million dollar budgets.

John Britten's spectacular bike, nearly every piece was built by him by hand at…

John Britten's story isn't even remotely believable.It's that of a backyard engineer in New Zealand who designed and hand-cast a multi-valve racing engine, created a body entirely out of carbon fibre, designed a revolutionary frameless chassis with the engine acting as a stressed member, moulded his own carbon rims and designed a totally unique suspension set up on both ends of a motorcycle, then took the bike to the US and trounced every major motorcycle manufacturer in the world with it.

“One Man’s Dream – The Britten Bike Story” is a documentary film that was made in the about one of the world’s most innovative motorcycle engineers – John Britten.

Burt Munro - Epic New Zealand motorcycle racer. Munro set three world records, in 1962, 1966 and 1967. He also once qualified at over 200 mph (320 km/h), but that was an unofficial run and was not counted.

Burt Munro - Epic New Zealand motorcycle racer. Munro set three world records, in 1966 and He also once qualified at over 200 mph km/h), but that was an unofficial run and was not counted.