Posted on: 04-12-2012
Posted by: roy hook(wilstead, england)
E-mail: hook76 <at> btinternet <dot> com
hi gerard; i was just reading your website;and what a fantastic read it was ; i can see what a passionate fan you were of barrys. i to am a fan of the great barry sheene and all things suzuki.i used to work for crooks suzuki of barrow-in-furness were i used to live ; i was martin crooks mechanic for five years from 1991 to1996; i left there and am now living in wilstead near bedford. barry sheene used to ride a crooks suzuki as i am sure you all ready know; ihave been racing my self for twenty years and my suzuki t20 is my main machine ; i won the classic 250 twins championship here in britain in 2006;and am looking forward to racing it again in 2013. any way gerard nice to find you and i hope that we can comunicate again take care roy
Posted on: 24-11-2012
Posted by: Steve
Een leuke site Het was een barre man en een no nonssens racer.
Mooi project die TR500 ik ben zelf bezig met een TR250 maar het valt niet mee hiervoor de juiste onderdelen te krijgen.
Saw Barry race in 1979 at Silverstone what a race
BARRY WAS THE BEST, AND WILL BE REMEMBERED ALWAYS,STILL MISS YOU , JOSIE
Sad i never met him.
Posted on: 08-10-2012
Posted by: Rolland GÃ©rard(cahors, France)
E-mail: rolland <dot> monique <at> wanadoo <dot> fr
Merci pour votre trÃ¨s beau site, Barry a Ã©tÃ© un extraordinaire champion, avec un charisme et une gentillesse peu commune, il Ã©tait adorÃ© par tous les passionnÃ©s du monde entier.
Posted on: 10-09-2012
Posted by: Val Hunt(Earl Shilton, Leicestershire, ENGLAND)
E-mail: botieboy <at> hotmail <dot> co <dot> uk
Barry was one of the good guys that had time for all his fans, in 1974 before my son Dion was born Barry agreed to be his godfather. We had great times with all the Sheene family first in old transit van then the caravan with john Newbold's family bringing pork pie and then in the big motor home, Iris's coffee kept all our nerves under control whilst Barry put on his lucky blue pants and Gary Nixon T shirt those were the days.
We have lots of lovely memories of this GREAT man, his cheeky grin when he spotted us in the crowd, Oh how we miss him. Happy birthday Barry Sheene MBE & RIP XXX
Posted on: 04-09-2012
Posted by: Des Barnes(Suffolk, U K )
E-mail: rhonda <dot> barnes508 <at> btinternet <dot> uk <dot> com
I met Barry Sheene several times when he lived in charlwood Surrey ,he often used to go to the Penta Hotel near Gatwick to have a quiet drink away from the madding crowds, he was a genuine fellow and always had time to talk and a rollup in his mouth very much missed by all R I P Barry.
i meet barry sheene personally in hockenheim, assen, st.joris (belgium)and cadwell park (GB) together with Gerd Vogt and Herbert Schieferecke, and it was wonderful to drink some beers together with him ! RIP Reiner (der Lange) (the German) (SUZUKI RGB500 1984/85)
Posted on: 31-08-2012
Posted by: rab(belfast, northern ireland)
E-mail: suzukirab7 <at> hotmail <dot> co <dot> uk
great page for agreat person i met barry quite a few times the last time was when he signed my lid which i got painted special an except rep of his lid he laughted as it was not finished and i wanted his autograph on it and as always he said yes no prob i showed him my 1977 king helmet and could not believe the condition it was in and yes he signed it to from my ap50 to my gt750 i always wore a barry sheene rep and was proud to do so for the people who never met him and maybe dont know him as there to young he put motorcycle racing on the world stage at donnington he was there with his son and he made time for all his fans even took me on the back of his paddock bike after a bit of pleading i here people saying he was our hero and he was but he was my hero the belfast streets were my race track the saturday world of sport was as close as i could get to the king of the track and i was sheene the rest of the day on a ap 50 in the words of barry i didnt give a donald duck rip barry
Posted on: 17-08-2012
Posted by: Andrew Turner(Stirling, Scotland)
E-mail: adt857 <at> hotmail <dot> co <dot> uk
Had the great pleasure of meeting Barry & Steve Parish at the NW200 in 2002. Seen them in the paddock where they spoke to all fans and competitors not just the big names. Later bumped into them in one of the local night spots where they were shooting the breeze with racers & bike fans while partaking in more than a few cheeky drinks. Great guy and a legend not to be forgotten.
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