Saturday, 29 September 2012

FIM Red Bull International Six Days Enduro 2012

The ISDE finished today after some 1400km's through Central and West Saxony, Germany.

The Official World Trophy went to France - Tres bon!

1 France
2 Australis
3 Italy
5 Finland

E1 Winner - Antoine Meo, France, KTM

E2 Winner -1  Pierre-Alexandre Renet , France, Husaberg
                    2 Johnny Aubert, France, KTM
                    3 Alex Salvini, Italy, Husqvarna

Our Seamus collected another Silver Award for finishing 52nd overall in the C2 class


Elder Enduro statesman Jeff Freddette took 30th in the C2, how does his body keep going on?

                                    Congratulations to everyone who took part, I salute you.

Jonathan Rea MotoGP Motorland Aaragon Qualifying

Local boy done good!

Qualified 7th today in front of both factory Ducati riders &  former MotoGP Champions Valentino Rossi and Nicky Hayden

I can't remember the last time I watched a live qualifying session as I lost interest in GP in the second year of the 800's.  Today's action and the local interest made it special.

Everything crossed that Jonathan gets a strong result tomorrow

Friday, 28 September 2012

Jeff Freddette on his 32nd Six Days..."it is what it is"

short video introducing the event from the man formerly known as Mr KDX

11 Gold Awards! 31 years of ISDE proving you are never too old.

ISDE 2012 - On the Home Straight

By all accounts a very tough Day 5, Seamie 52nd in C2.

Pic care of

Wishing everyone a safe final day tomorrow, I can't imagine the pain they must be feeling now.


Thursday, 27 September 2012

Go Go Johnny Go

Wishing Jonathan Rea all the very best at Aaragon MotoGP this weekend!

Call that working for a living...

On the Mend

thankfully Stephen Thompson is set to make a full recovery following his Supertwin Race crash at this years Ulster Grand Prix.

He is even contemplating Macau, don't tell his Mum!

4 of 6

No individual C2 result yet, Seamie is riding with Team Torc Ireland alongside Paul McLoughlin and John Lynch and collectively they are 57/80 in the Club Team Award.

Tuesday, 25 September 2012

ISDE Day 2

French Domination in Germany!
Pierre-Alexandre Renet ( Factory Husaberg ) leads by 2 minutes followed by his 3 team-mates.

Meanwhile, back in the real world our Seamie  remains clean on time and improves a place to 54th of 97.

After 7 or 8 hours riding all manner of terrain you then have to maintain your bike, filters, tyres, brake pads.....

You can sign up with bigger teams that will help at the fuel stops - see the British Teams clearly identifiable gerry cans.

Hump Day tomorrow

Monday, 24 September 2012

ISDE Day 1

Seamus is clean on time and 55 out of 97 competitors in the C2 class...

....Long road ahead

Sunday, 23 September 2012

Old Norton

Might this have been a Six Days bike?

ISDE 2012

The International Six Days Enduro takes place this week in Germany.

Donegal man Seamus Muldoon is taking part after previous finishes in Finland and Portugal.  Is there a tougher motorcycle sport?

This year Seamie is hiring a 390 from Husaberg

All the best!
Folow the event ........

Bon Voyage

Safe journey Kevin, heading to Germany to spectate at the Six Days, where his son Seamus is competeing plus he is taking the Mulitstrada for a lap of the ring.

Thursday, 20 September 2012

Lee Johnston

Lee has endured a turbulent few years, 2012 bringing results and stability with Millsport..

check out the rear tyre working......

millsport always turn out a trick bike...

take it easy Lee

Belfast Culture Night 2012

Wednesday, 19 September 2012


anyone know any history of this bike?

attention to detail

recently on dispaly at the Enniskillen 100 Revival.......

I love the drilling on the rear brake components, the silencer is pretty awesome too

Sunday, 16 September 2012

the MAC

                                                         Belfast's brand new arts venue

Up the Coast

From Cairncastle to Fanad via Ballintoy

Ducati Feeling.....

Would Valentino get more feeling from this Ducati front end? 
Good to see him on the podium today