Robin Derges MA (Exon) PGCE (UOP) Dip.CBT MDIA MIAM MAIRSO MRSGB.
Chief Executive Officer Peninsula Casualty Reduction Partnership http://www.pcrp.co.uk
Robin was formerly the Inspector responsible the Devon and Cornwall Bike Wing. Since he retired from the Force he has been instrumental in forming the PCRP which provides tailored advice and support in all matters relating to collisions and other road-related issues. In Cornwall, the PCRP works with Cornwall Councils Road Safety Team and provides free BIKER DOWN half-day course working on actions at the scene of a collision, modern first aid and new approaches to Road Safety.
Our Vice Presidents-
Shelagh was a founder member of the independent motorcycle group which we now know as CAM and was secretary of the bike section within the car group. Shelagh was a senior observer and the prime mover to taking the motorbike section to become a stand-alone group, organising the launch at Lakeview which was attended by the entire Cornwall and Devon police motorcycle wing, approx 20 strong. Shelagh became the club’s first secretary and was responsible for obtaining CAM’s charitable status, is an enthusiastic motorcyclist, continues riding and supporter of all things CAM, and also has the honour of being a Bard of the Gorsedh Kernow!
Sam Patmore was the the Editor of Camchain Newsletter from the start of the club until late 2018.
He has a keen passion for Motorcycles for both Sports and Leisure. Sam passed his Test (DSA) in 1997 and has ridden a variety of Machines from his Kawasaki KH100, Suzuki GT 250 X7, Honda Plastic Maggot CX 500, the Norton Commander Rotary 600, Yamaha Fazer 600s and Triumph T595, and his favourite Yamaha R1 and then the Beast Suzuki TL1000R.
He is now unable to ride motorcycles but still enjoys ‘chewing the fat about bikes’ and being able in a small way to improve safety on the road for motorcyclists Present and Future and ensuring that they return home safe to their family and Friends.
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