Winfields of Haslingden

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Winfields of Haslingden

Post by Stumoores » 24 Sep 2018, 15:49

Yesterday's ride took in Preston then Clitheroe. We stopped off at Winfields at the end of the M66 to escape a downpour and stumbled upon a motorcycle museum. There were some right beauties including a honda that Foggy rode and Eddie Kids stunt bike to name a couple.
It's defo coming to the end of the season for sports bikes shod with semi slicks. ImageImageImage

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Re: Winfields of Haslingden

Post by rumpoldstilskin » 27 Sep 2018, 22:35

Stumoores wrote:Yesterday's ride took in Preston then Clitheroe. We stopped off at Winfields at the end of the M66 to escape a downpour and stumbled upon a motorcycle museum. There were some right beauties including a honda that Foggy rode and Eddie Kids stunt bike to name a couple.
It's defo coming to the end of the season for sports bikes shod with semi slicks. ImageImageImage

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Is it a museum and bike shop?

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Re: Winfields of Haslingden

Post by Stumoores » 28 Sep 2018, 17:15

Yeah that’s the one, you can by a high viz vest and a pair of steel toes caps whilst your trying to check out the bikes. The racing bsa bantam looks like it would go well around 3 sisters,


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Re: Winfields of Haslingden

Post by Topper » 29 Sep 2018, 12:27

Is used to be just a shoe shop back in the day, but they have all-sorts there now.
The bikes are good though.
:D Manners cost nowt.......so.....use em!! :D

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Re: Winfields of Haslingden

Post by Cabernet » 30 Sep 2018, 17:25

Get in there a couple of times a year myself. The cafe is pants though.
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