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Hawick Great Bike RacersI started my foray into the beautiful Monster Beats By Dr north of the border with a visit to my old mate Chris. He lives in Hawick, which is a handy first stop being slap Bang in the centre of the Scottish borders, and Chris likes to drink lots of beer like I do!Hawick's most famous son of years gone by was Jimmie Guthrie. Born there in 1897 he started as a dispatch rider in France during the great war and joined Hawick Motorcycle Club on returning. They entered him into his first TT in 1923 and the rest is history, as they say.This statue was erected in his honour in Wilton Lodge Park by the river in Hawick next to the museum where there is an exhibition featuring some of his race bikes and trophies.