It's a slow nite here at work, explains the humour. Feel free to add your own interpretations of a Shannon's enthusiast. There is a new expression making the rounds of Australian motorcyclists, please see below: "I bought a Shannon's bike!" Used to describe a pristine condition motorcycle, bought from someone who kept it in a garage it's whole life and polished it every weekend. Rode infrequently, and only for short distances in perfect weather. "Doing a Shannon's." Staying home this weekend and polishing the motorcycle. "A Shannon rider." Male or female motorcyclist who is only seen on the roads a few times a year, but when glimpsed is wearing the most expensive and/or trendy gear and riding a bike so clean you could eat your dinner off it. Disappears at the first sign of a cloudy sky. A Shannon's Entusiast: New term in the Websters Dictionary. Reads as: A person, male or female, who has in his/her possesion a motorcycle or car which is kept in near perfect condition and is driven on public roads infrequently. Always garaged, always immaculatly polished and shining, the owner of such a vehicle is likely to be of senior years and considers themselves an avid motor car/motorcycle user. "A Shannon's commuter." Sarcastic term for a rider who never uses his/her bike as daily transport. "A Shannon cycle." A well looked after, pristine condition motorbike. "A Shannon's cycle show." Previously known as a custom motorcycle event and/or a vintage motorcycle event. Sometimes both.