You post on a thread about Bridlington Custom Show and Trade Fair 2016, organised by the LCGB, and your input is about what you've heard 2nd hand about LCGB events because clearly you haven't been to Brid Show recently, nor an LCGB members event, and you state your membership lapsed in 1999.bristolmod wrote:and for your information, I am not an LCGB member and haven't been since 1999. I last bought Scootering around 10 years back and haven't read a copy since.
To be honest I haven't a clue what you are on about.
Well sorry if your comments weren't taken as constructive, or even funny.
In the same time that you haven't been a member of the LCGB, I haven't collected stamps, gone fishing or played golf (all of which I think I still did back in 1999). I probably haven't read a stamp, fishing or golfing magazine for over 10 years.
I wouldn't dream of making a comment about either of these things now, as I didn't have an up to date knowledge of any of them.
Get my drift...????
O' the joys of social media, people can sit at home and make ill-judged uniformed comments that add no value what so ever about anything they want, and then wonder why those directly involved in the organising what has been considered one of the best Bridlington Show for years, respond when those comments are neither positive or even remotely constructive.
Anyway, back on thread, hope all those that did support the show enjoyed seeing in the flesh some scooters never before brought to the UK including the Innocenti Streamliner, and the factory Model C Racer? Also a return to public viewing of Mike Karslake's combo, alongside some of the best Custom and Ridden Show scooters from throughout the UK, Ireland and the Isle of Man.