Secure Bike Parking at Seaside

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by Matt E Mulsion, Jun 10, 2004.

  1. Okay then this may be a bit of a strange question but here goes: Does
    anyone know where I can find or how I can find out about secure
    parking for my bike while I spend a few days at the coast? I am
    aiming to go away sometime next week (in the week) with a mate and we
    are aiming to go to the coast somewhere in either England or Wales
    (preferably somewhere a bit lively), but this will involve taking my
    beloved R6. I don't like the idea of leaving it outside anywhere at
    night but obviously if I am away from home it will have to park
    somewhere. That is why I am looking for a place/hotel that we can
    stop at where I can park my bike and be safe in the knowledge it is
    secure as it can be. Any ideas anyone?
    Matt E Mulsion, Jun 10, 2004
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    serf Guest

    How about if you found a hotel or place where you can park your bike,
    and be secure in the knowledge that it is safe and stopped.

    Try somewhere lively.

    serf, Jun 10, 2004
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    David Thomas Guest

    I live at the seaside in England, you can leave it here... I'll have it
    stripped and on ebay in a day :)

    David Thomas, Jun 10, 2004
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    dwb Guest

    Leave on beach at low tide.

    Collect at next low tide.
    dwb, Jun 10, 2004
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    Bill Turner Guest

    Take a bike cover with you. The idea is "out of sight out of mind....
    Bill Turner, Jun 10, 2004
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    Lozzo Guest

    dwb says...
    That would be no use with a gixer, the fucking thing would have
    dissolved by the time low tide comes around again.
    Lozzo, Jun 10, 2004

    Stayed there year before last. Very friendly, bike mags in all rooms.
    Carolyn Preston, Jun 11, 2004
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    dwb Guest

    True true.. good job the OP has an R6 eh?

    The brakes won't work of course.
    dwb, Jun 11, 2004
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    Vass Guest

    If you find yourself on Hayling Island, you're welcome to leave it at mine

    Now: YZF-R1, CBR1100xx-x
    Then: A100, MBX80, XL125, CB400, FZR600, CBR600Fv
    Vass, Jun 11, 2004
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