Tour of Britain cycle race. Next event trip in the Kamper.

25 Aug

stage 6 2013 tour of britain

From 7th to 14th September, this year’s Tour of Britain follows a great route starting in Liverpool. Our relatives in Sefton Park will have a spectacularly good ring side seat so we shall visit them as a starting point. We have not completely sorted out our complete route yet but would like to see the Great Orme stage at Llandudno and possible link another visit to London with the stage passing through Horsham later in the week. We could get to finally see Sussex Campervans at the same time. Daniel has some great new models to look at.Would do this event “solo” with no caravan to hinder our way. More on this as the plan developes.
see http://www.tourofbritain.co.uk/ for much more info and http://www.itv.com/tourofbritain/mark-cavendish-plans-to-ride-2014-tour-of-britain sorry this bits a cut and paste. Goodness knows why………..

ps Would Simon Williams please make a comment below so that the Blog allows me to email you with direct contact details. Sorry for the delay. We would LOVE to see your Pics! (system error prevented previously)

 

 

 

mark cavendish

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3 Responses to “Tour of Britain cycle race. Next event trip in the Kamper.”

  1. Jon August 28, 2014 at 2:17 pm #

    Hi to Dinkum. Been following your blog for a while as I’m keen to convert my own NV200 but with a different layout. I’ve been working through ideas for a while and obviously space is tight. I’m wondering if you get any room for storage underneath the front seats or whether the swivel bases prevent this. I’m thinking about putting a leisure battery under there if possible. I’d love to hear your thoughts.

    • Dinkum August 28, 2014 at 2:57 pm #

      Hi Jon, storage under the front seats is limited. Swivel or not. My driver’s seat has a pull out “tray” for a small laptop or similar. The only way you could fit a battery would perhaps try using motorcycle style batteries in tandem. You may be able to get enough capacity if you use LED lights etc. It would be more expensive than a standard type leisure battery located elsewhere , in a cupboard or beneath a bed/seat what have you. Hope this helps!

      • Jon Board September 3, 2014 at 4:55 pm #

        Thanks. That’s very helpful.

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