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Les Williams

Discussion in 'Motorcycle Related Discussions' started by Dommie Nator, Jul 9, 2019.

  1. Dommie Nator

    Dommie Nator VIP MEMBER

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  2. baz

    baz VIP MEMBER

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    Very sad news, condolences to his family
     
  3. cliffa

    cliffa

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    +1

    Another little bit of British bike history has left us.
     
  4. trident sam

    trident sam

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    Yes, Les was a good bloke , I knew him through the tr3oc. Had many a conversation about triples with him, Jack Shemans and Arthur Jakeman. They were all an inspiration to me as a young lad 40 years ago and actually still are. RIP Les, you deserve it.
    sam
     
  5. acotrel

    acotrel

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    Do not be sad when somebody dies, it happens to all of us. What is important is how we are remembered. Les Williams obviously helped a lot of people by making their lives more enjoyable. That should be celebrated. One thing that I have done, is to upload as much video as I can about our motorcycling history, to Youtube. When we are gone, the kids of the following generations will know what we did. Our world is changing and we will not be alive to tell our stories.
     

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