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Some people complain about encroaching legislation.‭ ‬I admit that some legislation is a good thing.‭

But the trouble with legislation is that it’s in its nature to beget more legislation.‭

I recently read that England is the country with the most surveillance cameras per head of population.‭

That worries me,‭ ‬that makes me glad that I no longer live there.‭ ‬One night I was wondering what would happen if things went too far.‭

If,‭ ‬for example,‭ ‬it became illegal to ride motorbikes in groups of more than three or four.‭

Well,‭ ‬this is the result of those worrying thoughts…..

The Last Run

The early morning mist rose slowly off the winter ground as the sun tried to warm the frozen road.‭

There were thirteen of us here‭ ‬-‭ ‬all of us that remained from the original club.‭

This would be our last ride‭ ‬-‭ ‬there would be no more.‭

And so we waited silently astride our bikes,‭ ‬all waiting for a signal,‭ ‬a signal that would begin the end.‭

To find out what happened next you’ll need to buy a copy of Different Roads – available from from 1st August 2011.