Tigges Imbiss is not the most extravagant place we found in Germany to have lunch. However, it was cheap, served huge portions and was authentic.
Ignore its ugly warehouse exterior and the fact its located in a business park, because once you set foot inside, your eyes will light up, a smile will splatter across your face and gang of bikes will greet you into the chic and modern Krazy Horse Café.
Just before we entered the Galloway National Park, we rode past a rather small, yet cute looking café, with a delightful little garden at the front. The Smithy New Galloway.
I was petrified and would never forgive myself if something happened to him which could have been prevented with some simple lifesaving skills. Perhaps I was being slightly dramatic but it was a possibility. He replied back: “let’s do the Biker Down! Course”.
Hidden amongst the hustle and bustle of London’s city centre lies the ultimate motorcycling den – The Bike Shed.
If you go and visit the Lake District, whether you are hiking, motorcycling or cycling, it is well worth a visit. Past stunning scenery, over narrow bridges and flying over wavy roads, you will eventually reach The Bluebird Café, a delightful pitstop for lunch.
The production of BMW F750 GS models has been put on hold, in order to correct some reported issues with the engines.
A review of made-to-measure leather motorcycle trousers created by Hideout leather.
An open, spacious, smart and welcoming restaurant, with superb views. The traditional German menu at Seehof am Aratalsee promised huge portions and delicious food. Forget the German stereotypes, the waiters and staff were funny, friendly and willing to help at all times.