Novice female passenger

Tell us when you're available and what region you are willing to travel to..
Lottie91
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Full Name: Charlotte Edwards

Novice female passenger

Unread post by Lottie91 » Wed Sep 26, 2018 8:41 pm

Hi, I'm Charlotte.

I'm 27, 5'5 and weigh around 8 stone. I'm based in Norfolk just near Snett circuit, but I'm happy to travel, and contribute to costs.

I have my racing licence, 1 piece leathers, helmet and all the gear, so ready to go, just need a ride!

Expirience-wise, I've got a taxi ride coming up at Brands next weekend. Other than that, lots of spectating at the TT and 7 years as a pillion on the back of a Honda SP1.

If anyone is looking for a smaller passenger then please get in touch :) absolutely desperate to have a go!

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Re: Novice female passenger

Unread post by SlowPhil » Sun Sep 30, 2018 6:59 pm

Hi Charlotte,

Come and find me at Brands, outfit 49, I'm sure we can find you a gig :D !!

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Lottie91
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Full Name: Charlotte Edwards

Re: Novice female passenger

Unread post by Lottie91 » Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:20 am

Hi :)

That sounds great! Thank you! I'll definitely come and find you!

See you later :D

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Re: Novice female passenger

Unread post by Digger » Sun Oct 14, 2018 10:06 am

Welcome Charlotte!

I can thoroughly recommend the BEARS Sidecars as a great starting point.

They lack the shear speed and power of an F2, their handling is interesting, I find them much more physical to passenger, it's a friendly welcoming paddock, lots of advice, most races are 2 day events so you can pick up a few signatures.

I now passenger an F2, which is different again, first time I got on an F2 despite doing the BEARS was an eye opener!

Saying all that I've fallen off 1 sidecar, and that was a BEARS, at a bloody hill climb :lol:

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Re: Novice female passenger

Unread post by Champster72 » Wed Jan 02, 2019 9:50 pm

Hi Charlotte
You may well be sorted for 2019, but if you are still free, I am looking for a passenger for CRMC, BHR and Belgium this season.
I have a front exit Norton Commando 850 kneeler and fun is guaranteed!!!
Let me know if you are interested.

Ian (Colchester)

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