What better way to celebrate the dying embers of a glorious summer than with a dose of road trip heaven? The Malle Great Rally has to be the ultimate long-distance, organised roadbook ride. We follow the exploits of Robert Nightingale who puts his trust in his late-father’s 1957 Triumph Thunderbird in an epic ride from the northerly tip of Scotland, to the most southerly tip of Cornwall.
In a slightly less grand – and much shorter – trip, snapper Gary M and I also do Cornwall and a few other counties in southern England in search of Built bikes, while clothing company P&Co head to the Lake District to shoot their new range of gear.
Finally, to round things off, Amuary Cibot heads to the south of France with his mates and share their mostly coherent thoughts of life on the road.
Enjoy the ride,
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