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.

    HTH
     
    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 :)

    D
     
    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
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  7. http://www.donnington-hotel.co.uk/Bikers/bikers.html

    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

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