Friday, 27 May 2011

A day out in France

On the homeward train
Street Cafe coffee stop in Boulogne
Some of the riders having lunch
Some of the team had lunch here and at reasonable prices
Karen and Pippa make this guys day
A day trip to France superbly organised by Ian Burchell saw 22 bikes some with pillions venture into France and down the coast road to Boulogne where we stopped for coffee and croissants. Then it was on to Saint Omer for lunch, riding on spectacular roads and through lovely deserted villages and countryside all in perfect weather.

Thursday, 26 May 2011

Tony Woodham May Club night guest speaker

At the May club night Mr Tony Woodham motorcyclist extraordinaire, entertained us in more ways than one; in just over an hour he took us to most corners of the earth.

Wednesday, 25 May 2011

Riders issue 177 May 2011

The next edition of Riders is ready to view on the clubs website and at where you will also find back issues of Riders covering the past 11 issues from 167 giving nearly 2 years worth of reading

Thursday, 12 May 2011

Joe Callaghan's Easter Egg Ride

Joe Callaghan about to leave Sainsbury's HQ in London at the start of his ride around the UK and donating Easter Eggs to sick children in hospital.

The other wedding of the year

Daniel and Pippa finally tie the knot in California USA in a very stylish way.

Luxembourg Team brief

Part of the Luxembourg team at the first team brief.

Dr Pat Garrod and his wife Ness

At the April club night we had the pleasure of having not one but two doctors in the house. Dr Pat Garrod was our guest speaker and spoke about his two -up overland adventures covering over 100,000 miles, afterwards he and his wife signed copies of their book Bearback.

Mr Simon Best CEO of the IAM at the March club night

CEO of the IAM Mr Simon Best gave his vision of how the IAM will move forward into the future at the March club night. Not everyone in attendance were in agreement with him which gave cause for a good debate.

Welcome Tony Young to the Committee

The KAMG Committee welcomes Tony Young - Tony brings a wealth of knowledge from his previous involvement with the BMF.

KAMG New Chairman

Dave Murphy takes over control of the KAMG after being voted in at the AGM meeting in March, there were no other contenders , Roger Lancaster becomes Chief Observer and Ian Burchell is now deputy chief observer