CAM necktubes

Now available-designed by Mark T and made especially for us.

£8 each and available at club days.

July Open Club Sunday

Open Club Sunday- Thanks to Simon Williams for a really good and entertaining talk on the thinking behind- ‘First Aid Specific to Bikers’.

A few demonstrations too- including how to take a helmet off. 37 members and visitors thoroughly enjoyed it.

Another Pass

Congratulations to Dave Edge who passed his ARC on Saturday. Well done to his observer Mark too.

Yet another success!

Our latest Newsletter- July 2019

Is now available- go to tab-‘news’ and then ‘newsletters’

There is a lot going on and if you were a member you could join in too.

Another F1RST!

Congratulations to Barney Day who passed his advanced test today (Saturday 6/7/129) with a F1RST.

Really well done!
Well done Conrad, his observer, too.

Another great result.

A useful read-

We have purchased a good number of these written by Andy Slater, Chairman of Thames Vale Advanced Motorcyclists (also Masters with distinction). A free copy to observers and available at discounted price of £4 to members.

Congratulations

Another pass! Congratulations to Ivor Uren who passed his advanced test on 22nd June.

Thanks to Martin Saint his observer too. Well done both.

A F1RST

Congratulations to Peter Reid who passed with a F1RST on Friday.

Well done to his observer Mark too. Mark, within a month or so, has achieve his second F1RST- no more play on words here I think.

Also good to see Peter thanking Mark, Tim for his ‘honest’ check ride, and Pete the examiner.

Everyone happy!

Pass

Congratulations to Neil Bridges who passed his advanced test on 23rd May. Thanks to Tim, his observer, too.

Well done both.

Holiday weekend

17 members, on 15 bikes, had an excellent holiday by the sea on 18/19th May. The sun shone, the rides were great and the company excellent.

Starting at Kingsley village we all went too Bude- we could find that. My idea (and wish) was that it would develop into a number of small group rides- riders seemed less keen.

The cafe by the lock was shut (owner illness I’ve found out since), but we still managed coffee, pasties and cake.

Thanks to Graham, who had his own route to suggest we now split up with the majority going to Cafe 35 at Bridge Motorcycles. Clive and Karen arrived as the rest of us were leaving Bude and did their own thing again, and a few did my route; but we all met at Princetown. Lovely ride across the moors. We arrived by the sea at about 3.20 and were still checking in when the long distance (Exeter) group arrived. Yep, we missed Ian waving at us as to where to park too. Many strolled into town. Then we met up in the bar for a happy evening and good food and a few drinks. No mishaps or illness this time; good breakfast, we all met at 9.30 and split up again. Clive was going back across the moors and most went with him; thanks to Clive for leading! A few went across two ferries and home. Julie followed Graham to GT motorcycles.

A really, really good weekend and a great venue with some good rides all around.

Seems we may do it again next year- so enjoyable.