The site for Autocar magazine, the UK’s longest established motoring journal
Great monthly covering all aspects of motorcycling, including product and travel reviews
Car and Classic is the number 1 site for classic cars in the UK. An excellent site with many unusual and rare cars for sale from around the globe.
The website for ‘CAR’ magazine wih many interesting articles and features
Run by Andy Cattani, this is a brilliant outfit with real old skool knowledge, and know how. Andy has worked on just about everything and can cater for anything from a simple carb tune, to a full rolling road session, through to a full engine rebuild. No matter how old or quirky your car is, Andy will understand, and have the knowledge to fix it.
The website for EVO magazine covering all cars with EVOness
Good magazine aimed towards the slightly more hoolaganistic motorcyclist. Worth a look though !
Long established RSOC site for Ford RS owners
All our cars are HPI checked but if you wish to check for yourself then their website is here
IN Autos Ltd specialise in the repair, maintenance and servicing of anything Mercedes. Now under new ownership and management, Pedro Pinto-Pereira and his team of factory trained Mercedes technicians, continue to provide a truly excellent service to owners of Mercedes cars. For all our Mercedes requirements we only need one place to go.
We use Meridian Finance for our credit arrangement facilities. Find out more about them here
Good site catering for the new breed of Mitsubishi EVO’s
Moton Motorcycles is run by father and son team, Peter and Roger Stiebritz, in St. Leonards on Sea. Peter has been around for ever, and can turn his hand to virtually anything any motorcycle from the last 50 years would require, from a simple oil change to a full engine rebuild from the last nut, bolt and washer upwards. Roger brings much needed youthful exuberance to the workshop, and having been mentored by Peter, is an extremely accomplished motorcycle engineer himself. We enjoy much laughter and amusement with them in their workshops, and ride outs with them on the weekends. We could not recommend them highly enough
The ultimate weekly journal for everything happening in the motorcycling world
Aimed towards the sports bike rider, with many interesting technical articles and featured readers’ bikes
Proper magazine aimed at the bike mechanic and tinkerer. Excellent technical articles, tool reviews and some wonderful older machinery
The very best magazine for travel and touring guides, really exceptional, plus excellent product reviews on riding kit, luggage, tools, everything !
Excellent site dedicated to Subaru Impreza’s. Also has forums for other vehicles
Another excellent monthly bike journal, encompassing a much wider variety of bikes than it’s title would suggest
Tony and Jacqui run this motorcycle transport company, based near Aberdeen, Scotland. They offer a cost effective and most professional, reliable delivery service of any motorcycle to any part of mainland UK + Northern and Southern Ireland. We recommend them highly and use them on a regular basis for deliveries that we do not wish to undertake ourselves
The site for BBC Top Gear magazine covering all manner of contemporary motoring issues
Run expertly and enthusiastically by Geoff Wolfe in Hastings, 1066 Internet are responsible for the design of our site here. Geoff is a true professional in his field, and it is unlikely that anyone would have a website design or hosting requirement that he could not fulfill swiftly and efficiently. We were particularly impressed with his first rate communication that enabled our site to be built and tailored to our requirements in almost record time. We would wholeheartedly recommend 1066 Internet to any business that requires website design and hosting
Great café, very popular with bikers, on the A20 between Ashford and Hythe. Perfect for us, as a nice ride from base, and well suited as a stop off for breakfast on our way to lunch at the wonderful St. Margarets bay ! (see below)
Bay Spice is a wonderful restaurant serving the finest Indian cuisine. Situated along Hasting’s seafront, just along from the White Rock Theatre and Pier, it offers beautiful views out to sea. Thursday and Sunday special 4 course deal for £14.95 is an absolute must, and very popular. Red rose for each lady, each and every time, is a nice touch
Cracking little restaurant in the heart of the Old Town, serving a wide variety of tasty dishes, something to suit everyone, and in most relaxed surroundings, with exemplary service. Recommended
Steeped in history, The Old Town in Hastings is an absolute joy, with pubs, restaurants and bars aplenty, and some of the best fish and chips to be found.
The local fisherman are a nice bunch and sell their daily catch, fresh off the boats, from their huts at Rock-a-Nore, with Webbes Restaurant serving the finest freshly prepared seafood dishes. Jellied eels, cockles and whelks easily found also.
In centuries past, smugglers abounded here, and the little alleyways, and architecture make it easy to imagine that you have stepped in to a different era.
The locals remain a superstitious lot, and most proud of this area’s historical significance, with some wonderful festivals and carnivals held annually, including Jack in the Green which is an incredible spectacle, bringing the whole town to life. Not to be missed.
Fabulous headland walks and views too
Wonderful biking event held on May Bank Holiday, whereupon 1000s of bikers head to Hastings from all directions, and culminating in a truly spectacular gathering of motorcyclists and their machines. It’s got to be seen to be believed.
Original event started 38 years ago, and traditionally it was London based bikers heading down to the seaside for a day out. The earliest runs involved a mass meeting of bikers at Locksbottom in Kent, and then riding in formation down to Hastings.
The tradition holds fast and there remains a significant number of bikers meeting at Locksbottom early in the morning, and riding the A21 route, but now with crowds lining the pavements and much cheering, waving and hooting going on all around.
Once at the seafront, there is live music, trade stands and British Superbike Racing displayed on the large screens.
The event coincides with the culmination of the 3 day Jack in the Green festival, and celebrations continue well in to the night. A fabulous day for the town
Fabulous American style diner on the A21 approaching Battle and Hastings, themed on the famous Route 66, and very popular with motorcyclists. Menu is extensive, and the food superbly cooked. If you like ‘bikes and jukeboxes, then you’ll like it here
Beautiful views from St. Margaret’s bay across the English Channel to France, ensure this remains a very popular destination for daytrippers. holidaymakers and motorcyclists alike. Decent café, and pub, provide refreshments, with further pubs and restaurants in the heart of the village. Fascinating place to watch the maritime traffic in and out of Dover if that’s your thing !
Lovely little country pub, in the quiet village of Pett, close to Pett Level and Winchelsea beach, which offer beautiful views and walks along the coast. Wholesome, tasty and plentiful dishes are guaranteed
Exceptionally fine dining, and exquisite service can be expected from this delightful, intimate restaurant on the outskirts of Westfield Village. Just wonderful, and with a most extensive wine cellar to match
Our business is based on the outskirts of this delightful East Sussex village, with it’s 12th Century St. John the Baptist church, two convenience stores, an award winning family run butchers shop, much renowned Wild Mushroom Restaurant and two pubs
The village is particularly well known for it’s extravagant Christmas decorative displays, on the main properties up and down the high street, thanks to a huge community effort on the part of the homeowners
This raises an enormous amount of funds for the St. Michaels Hospice cancer charity, with people travelling from miles around to view, bringing absolute delight, year on year, to children, parents, and everyone alike. Magnificent
The quarterly newsletter, provided to each of the properties in the Parish free of charge, is written and produced tirelessly by Pauline Filsell Page (thank you Pauline) who does a tremendous job with this, and keeps us all informed of local events, whilst allowing local trade and business to advertise to the local community