Isle of Man TT 2020 with Rotary

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holger999
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Isle of Man TT 2020 with Rotary

Post by holger999 » Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:16 am

Hi,

I want to go back to the Isle of Man in 2020.
My 28th visit.
Finally back with my Norton F1 Sport.

How about your trip to the TT?
Who goes there with his Rotary too?
Then we could meet again in Castletown.

greeting
Holger

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Re: Isle of Man TT 2020 with Rotary

Post by holger999 » Sat Nov 23, 2019 3:58 pm

Hi,

You know the Isle of Man?
The beautiful motorcycle paradise, heaven on earth, in the Irish Sea?
or do you have any plans for 2020 yet?
I like driving my Norton ... do not just own it.
wink
Life is short enough ...
So on ... come to the I.o.M with your Norton Rotary in 2020.
Let's finally have a Norton meeting again
Very Happy
best regards
Holger

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Re: Isle of Man TT 2020 with Rotary

Post by Anthony Duffield » Sun Nov 24, 2019 9:03 am

Holger,

I attend the IoM TT every other year always riding my Commander and have yet to see another Norton Rotary during my stay on the island, it would be good though to meet up with other Rotarian's. Riding a rotary provides the opportunity to meet lots of people not just from the UK but overseas, many are interested in the bike anyway with its modern appearance, they are surprised to learn its actual age and even more so when, and its usually my son who tells them as I usually have my ear plugs in and helmet on, that it is a rotary.

If you are on your F1 Sport you will the centre of attention, enjoy the experience its one of the many joys of riding such an amazing bike.

Unfortunately 2020 is is my not going to the TT year, hopefully its going to be Portugal instead.

Have fun at the TT

Tony

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Re: Isle of Man TT 2020 with Rotary

Post by holger999 » Sun Nov 24, 2019 2:58 pm

Hello Toni,

Then we must have missed each other ... or one of us was too fast ... Very Happy

since 1978 I drive to the Isle of Man

and since I drive my F1 Sport..I've been on the island since 1993 almost every year. At that time still in the change with my Norton Classic ... which unfortunately I do not possess anymore .. it was the LE12.

It's a pity we can not meet in 2020 ...

I hope, however, that others will come forward ... it is not so far for you ... as it is for me wink

greeting
Holger

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