As soon as the CycleKart touched the floor we had a small crowd gather around as we removed the boat tail to access the choke and pull start,(an access door will be added later).Rear section replaced, I jumped in and headed towards the main arena. The Hall grounds were packed to capacity, cars parked in every available space and crowds of people milling around them. A couple of "honks" on the horn and a pathway emerged. What I wasn't anticipating was the amount of phones and cameras that suddenly pointed at me and started clicking away, now I know they were taking snaps of the CycleKart, but I now know why Cheryl Cole doesn't like the "Paps".....Head down I carried on to the far side of the show ground and parked up outside the info office. A small crowd gathered and thus started two hours of answering questions about the CycleKart.
The reception was great, people like the concept and the vehicle. Plenty of people sat in the CycleKart, babies, kids and adults too. In the excitement I forgot to take any pics for the album, but when John Noble (founder of Tuning Company Noble's Motorsport) jumped in the car, I was quick to snap a few pics. We left about 9.00pm and I think there's a lot more people aware of CycleKarts now.