Good turnout at yesterday’s Last-Saturday-of-the-Month Breakfast Meet at the Riverside Café on the A30 near East Stour.
After some initial refreshment here, a few of us continued into Gillingham to tryout the café and gardens at the newly opened Moto Corsa dealership…and very nice it was too, so I for one, will be back many times…
Riverside Café Photographs:
The little 1932 250cc BSA led to much discussion concerning the definition of “patina”, “oily rag” and “junkyard dog” etc. But whatever your thoughts, when it blasted away from the café going east on the A30, it sounded and performed more like a 500 rather than a 250; most impressed!
I’ve made a start on a page to list local services. A few of us are new to Dorset and/or classic motorcycling and it would help us to know about recommended local companies that more established members have used to keep their bikes on the road.
You can find the page on the “Local Services” link below but please note, you must be logged in to view the contents of this page.
You can also find this link on the new “Members Only” menu item on the top right of all pages — this menu item is also only visible when logged in. Not got an account? No problem, just email the secretary at email@example.com
We have been invited to make up a team for the annual Stonehenge Section VMCC annual quiz on 20th September 2017.
Do we want to put a team together? if so can you let me know and l will let Keith Starks know.
Details are below:
We meet at Redlynch Sports and Social Club, Woodfalls, near Downton, Wiltshire, SP5 2LN.
Club telephone number is 01725 511281.
The quiz will start promptly at 8pm and refreshments will be provided at the end of the quiz during marking of the answer sheets.
Directions to the Redlynch Sports and Social Club:-
From Salisbury take the A338 to Downton. Turn left at the traffic lights in Downton.
Continue on this road for 3 miles to the village of Woodfalls.
The Sports and Social Club is on the left hand side immediately after the Woodfalls Inn.
There is plenty of parking at the club.
We seem to have lost track of some of the trophies and l have been given the task of bringing it up to date and making an electronic format for the future.
Suggestion is to bring any trophies you have to the club night on 13th December and l can log it, alternatively and email to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with which trophy, when you received it and which run and for what.
It is important if you have any allergies or special dietary needs to contact Ken Druce (Kenneth.email@example.com) so we can try and cater for this in advance, not on the night.
Please also bring your membership number.
The night will be very informal, but we will have a drink to our departed President, Ted Foote and there will be a raffle for a book on the TT donated by one of our members and signed by Guy Martin, so prepare to dig deep!!!