it is 24 days to the 1st MotoGP in Qatar https://www.motogp.com/en/event/Qatar and there are 24 days left on the winter clock. More importantly in 17 days, the days will be longer than the nights and we can plan for summer. The time to take stock of how much weight you have to lose to fit into your leathers is now, as is checking your credit and saving limit to get a bead on how you are going to treat yourself this summer.
We completed the spring-cleaning last week so the workshop is ready to deal with each and every repair that dares to spoil your fun. With a combined mechanical experience of a billion years, R2-D2 and C3PO will find a mechanical solution. If not, Buck Rogers and Twiki will find an outsource to deal with it.
As the world slowly exits the dark pandemic haze that was the last 13 months we are unsure if the fast forward button will be pushed, or if folks will take the slower more cautious approach to find out how the new normal fits into daily life. The only thing we do know is that the workshop calendar is quickly filling up, so we do encourage you to review your vehicle maintenance plan and book your service as soon as possible. For more information on the services we currently offer you can visit the workshop page. https://www.feelthatnoise.co.uk/motorcycles
The rehearsal room will hopefully fully re-open on 12 April 2021. It took us a beat to work out the what, when, and how of this as the .gov publications pertaining to live music (and the performing arts in general) was too vague and ambiguous for us to act definitively. Having discussed it with a few other studios we concluded that Professionals can rehearse now and Grass routes can dust their instruments off in readiness for 12 April. We believe this to be in line with the government road map announced last week. If you are one of those forward-thinking planners with colour-coded Post-it Notes you can book your rehearsal slots now already
In spite of our very best efforts, the reception is still in the planning phase but we live in hope every day that we can get this building project done before summer hits its stride. We have now plugged the Bar fridge in and stocked it which can be considered a microscopic step to the finish line...if you consider that Rome was not built in one day and it is in fact still under construction...