I was amazed to find this site, purely by accident. So I will just say that I rode bikes in 1976 onwards as a teenager. Barry Sheen was my mentor and my bike (Suzuki) was painted in the team heron colours. I owned a Barry Sheen replica helmet and based my riding style on him. I have a record that motorcycle news released in 1977 when the Suzuki range were tested and have the sound of the bikes in stereo including Sheen and Steve parish. I have the Barry Sheen magazine story from 1977 and posters that lived on my bedroom wall. I have just bought another bike at the age of 52 and the Duck is going back on it... Good times..
Saw sheene on many occasions and I will not forget watching them film silver dream machine at Donington park, ,seeing sheene and Roberts leaning on each other for fun!!! He Was and always be my hero! ! Miss him!
I was a huge fan of Barry growing up in the 1970's. I saw him race in 1978 at the Brands and Mallory Transatlantic races thanks to my brother and his mate taking me. I finally met Barry in 1985 at a Silverstone Truck Race and got his autograph. I pulled a pack of cigs out and he scrounged a fag off me for a trade of 2 signed photos. What a great guy he was
simply......miss you Barry!!!
I was lucky enough to have met the Legend in 2002. Very nice man. I am currently selling an Autographed copy of the 2002 programme from the Goodwood Revival Meeting on EBay if anyone is interested. Plus a few extras. Please take look. Thanks
I grew up watching Barry Sheene. He was Great. I was lucky to meet him in 2002 at Goodwood. He was a real Gent. I am selling his autograph in the programme from the Revival meeting that year on eBay right now if anyone is interested in owning it. I'm glad to see a site keeping this legend alive. Keep up the good work.
Every boy needs a hero he was mine I would have loved to have meet him
Just seen the line-up of Barry's bikes prior to the British GP at Silverstone. Nice to see Sidonie and Freddie as well, just wish the old maestro could have been there as well, I would have paid the admission fee just to see him, and his bikes.
How lovely to see a website dedicated to Barry Sheene. The photos are lovel. I was a big fan of Barrys and saw him a few times at Olivers Mount. He was so friendly and didn't seem to mind me being in the pits taking numerous photos that I treasure to this day. There is a plaque dedicated to Barry at Olivers Mount and he will never be forgotten by me or Scarborough!
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