Yes, I got up this morning, put my bike gear on, and was just about to get the bike out to go, when I thought I would check what time the show started. That's when I realised it had been yesterday!
Oh well, missed it this year. Found a gallery of the bike I would have seen had I read the flyer: Photos
Decided to go for a run on the bike anyway, but my heart wasn't really in it, so headed home after an hour or so. Just did some work in the garage on the bikes instead - I'd bought a gasket set for the CL350, so gave the engine outer cases an fresh coat of paint (I'd painted them a couple of years ago, but they'd got scratched lying about unfitted). I also reassembled the rear end of the SZR with lots of nice shiny new bolts.
So back end in and it was time to take the front wheel out for painting. I also took the LHS fork leg out as it has a leaking seal. I've drained the oil and as this will be the first time I'll have worked on USD forks, I actually read the manual! Seems I need a special tool to fit down the fork to unscrew the cartridge. As this is an Italian built Yamaha it has Paioli forks, and I've yet to find if this tool is a) expensive, and b) even still available. Oh, the joys of rebuilding rare bikes!