Roy (The Boy) Denison, truly a friend, gentleman and fellow club member of St George Motor Cycle Club. We raced against each other on many occasions. Our best and closest race I remember was the one hour night production race at Oran Park. Roy on a CB750 Honda, Alan Hayles 250cc Suzuki and myself on a 250cc Yamaha locked together the entire hour. I won the race by the smallest of margins over Roy. It had to be one of the most memorable production races to my mind. I also remember at the Victorian Grand Prix, Roy was working for Michelin tyres at the time. Before the start of the 125cc GP race Roy said "I bet you can’t win this race against Geoff Simm", I replied "I bet you that Michelin tyre gauge I can". Riding the Waybry rotax 125cc built by Wayne Bryant I won the race and the tyre gauge. Roy passed away from Prostate cancer aged 39, he said to me not long before his death, "mate have regular PSA tests". I have done this ever since. Only months after his death, good friend and fellow St George Club member and Mr Motor Cycling Australia Arthur Blizzard announced he had the cancer and passed away some 2 years later. I lost a part of me with the passing of both.