Times flies it feels right now. In August 1996 I started BSA Pitstop and BSA Bulletin Board. the year after we introduced a board for all British brands and then in 1998 when the BritBike.com domain was created and the new name BritBike Forum for all bulletin boards was a fact. Since then we have had more than a million posts..
As I said times flies.. maybe we should close it now while it's still popular.. nah i'm just kiddin..
We probably should celebrate this however it's late here so i'll just hit the sack.. Cheers
I would say that this BritBike Forum is one of the main things that has kept the British bikes as popular as they are. Always someone to help with problems, part sources and advice. Many friendships have been formed across this forum. HAPPY 15TH ANNIVERSARY to the BritBike forum and thanks Morgan for having the foresight to start such an endeavour. Allan
member GABMA(Greater Atlanta British Motorcycle Association) Pre-unit triumphs Unit Triumphs Tiger cubs (1) Trident
Great job! Thanks to Morgan and all the others who make this site an indispensable resource. (And fun too!) Without the help and advice I've received here my BSA would've been tossed off a cliff by now.
Morgan, This site has been a source for a group of really good friends and a bunch of people I would invite to stay at my house for weeks if needed..I have a pic of you in a florida swimming pool somewhere I think you had a Margarita in your hand..Cheers Friend..
no way I'd have ever gotten my first BSA running if i hadn't found this board. Made a number of friends and learned a whole lot since then. Thanks Morgan for continuing to host a place for this community to meet. Congrats on 15 years!
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“I don’t mind the Ten Commandments, I believe in the Ten Commandments. The first one, ‘I am the Lord thy God,’ is a great commandment—if it’s not said by the wrong people.”
—Bob Dylan, introducing the song “Masters of War” at New York City Town Hall, 12 April 1963.
Well done Morgan! and a big thank you for making the world a lot smaller place, that's a good thing. I've learned a lot, not only about Brit bikes, but about cultures too (for example why it's acceptable to say "Jap" in the UK but not PC the US).
I've also seen some fantastic signatures from contributors, such s "Time flies ike the wind, fruit flies like bananas", "Cruising on 2 wheels along the information superhighway" and the brilliant "If it an't broke, fix it till it is". Some or all of which I've stolen from time t time, thank you whoever you are!
Thank you again.
"What did the Vikings ever do for us?" Britbike for one thing!