I saw it in the setting sun as I arrived on the south coast of Wales. Proud and rebellious, she stood on the shores of Carmarthen Bay. Feline and distinguished, she seemed to be waiting for me at the beginning of Pendine Sand beach. I approached this mysterious beauty who was watching me. A Pendine Sand Racer from Brough Superior, I had mistaken it for its big sister the Super Sport 100 Model. I set out to take it across the sacred beach, famous theater of the annual Welsh TT motor cycle race in the 1920s. She thanked me in one last roar, and we left each other happy with the adventure we had just experienced.