The ruins of the Ballinrobe military barracks
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I haven't see a motorbike with a sidecar for ages.God bless.
Nice combination and indeed nearly disappeared also here.
I guess the guy likes yellow.
Looks like the the event was a success.
Hello, the yellow color does stand out. Wishing you a happy day!
Looks like it was a popular event Bill, people determined to get there one way or another ☺
...I just saw one a day ago.
They used to be so popular when I was younger but hardly ever see one now. The last one I remember belonged to a one-legged man who lived in our village and used it to carry his crutches (and occasionally his artificial leg) around. The booted leg sticking out of the top drew some concerned looks!
Love the bike and side car.
You don't see too many of those around!
Too beautiful. I remember I used to see many sidecars when I was young. Most of them went to Sardinia by the ferries.
Coincidentally, both the solitary walker in your previous post and this sidecar driver were wearing yellowish clothing to alert others.
I see one of those around here.
looks very nice and classicthink of isle of man and motorcycles
My dad wanted one like that but my mom had different ideas.
This photo made me smile. I might be able to get in that sidecar but with my bad knees I would have a heck of a time getting out and it wouldn't be graceful :)
Yellow is a colour you don't see a lot.
Must have been a good event based on the number of cars. I like the motorcycle and sidecar!
Looks cool :)
Doesn't the yellow colour stand out!All the best Jan
A good color that will stand out and be seen by drivers.I wear bright green or orange when I'm out walking.
That's a rare sight but it sure makes a cycle more practical.