Winter Woolies Run Sunday 3rd March.
Just a reminder about this run. It will leave Cassington at about 10am but we will meet at the Red Lion from 9.30 for a warming mug of tea or coffee.
The route is approximately 25 mile to Moreton in Marsh where we will visit the Headquarters of Porsche Club Great Britain. On arrival there will be more tea and coffee and more importantly a hot meal. The meal will be a jacket potato with bacon and cheese filling.
I would be obliged if you could let me know if you intend to come as this will allow me to organise sufficient food.
If the weather is inclement or for other reasons pleas feel free to come in the family car. This time of the year the people are as important as the machinery.
26th to 28th April Classic Motorcycle Show Stafford.
This has been a ’Club Main Event’ since its inception. We will have our usual Club stand and we will need bikes to show and members to man the stand. If you wish to attend to help or show your bike, please contact me at the Club or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org You will receive free tickets.
The usual team from BMRCO was there to represent the Club.John Lay brought his AFS BSA B40 and his early BSA Flat tank bike.
Richard Duffin’s New Hudson was possibly the most enquired machine on our stand.
Bob Taylor displayed his Rickman Interceptor and lent his 500 Silk to the Scott Club. Our Membership Secretary, Ken Drinkwater had his BSA Shooting Star and I had Velocette KSS Mk2 Special Paul Albert was in attendance. It was display ‘As usual’ and it would be nice to see others supporting the Club with their presence and their bikes.
In the next few days you will receive a notification of an EGM to adopt a revised constitution. In the envelope you will find a blue card. This entitles you to cheap or free entry to a number of prestigious events providing you are riding a motorcycle manufactured prior to 1998.
Geoff Ives. Secretary BMRCO.