... and off he went, burbling up the drive and back again, taking care to remember which foot was which as he'd been more used to riding Kwackers in the past! Try an emergency stop on a Bantam, forget which foot to use, and you could find yourself changing down rather suddenly and taking a dive over the handlebars. Hughie didn't have those problems though... he just kept going, leaving Eddie and I standing there open-mouthed with surprise.
We all thought it was great Hughie's Bantam started so easily and sounded so good - no
I've been the proud owner of a 1965 BSA Bantam D7 since 1991, affectionately known as Little Willie (Wilhelmina) and love to take her out for a ride so that others can see her.