Two places left @ i2i

An email sent to members earlier this month detailed the news that we are planning to team up once again with i2i academy, who are offering to run their Machine Control courses for our members over the weekend of 20th & 21st June 2020 at Rufforth Airfield near York

For bookings made before Christmas, i2i are offering us this season’s prices, making the York event £30 cheaper per day than the Bovingdon venue which we used this year

To qualify for a 10% discount, we need to book a minimum of 10 places. The club will subsidise the course for members, bringing the price down further. With early booking, group discount and the club contribution, the cost is £186 per person for the 2 days

We used i2i in both 2018 and 2019. Feedback was overwhelmingly positive, with universal agreement that it was an excellent investment in skills acquisition. The training is original & fun, with explanations of the physics of motorcycling, practical demonstrations and of course the opportunity to have a go yourself. To find out more about i2i check the British Motorcyclists Federation’s review here or read member Ian Dunckley’s reflections on of his i2i experience here

Paul Lester & Catherine Ryan relax at i2i

In order to secure the dates & prices detailed above we need your response by 31st October. If you would like to attend please let Catherine know ASAP (cm.ryan@tiscali.co.uk), quoting your full postal address, mobile number and an emergency contact number while you are on the course

Places are strictly limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Please note that full payment will be required upon booking with i2i

Sunday Ride 6th October 2019

Well done to Barry Dickinson as the only rider to brave the wet weather for today’s ride-out!

As Advanced riders, it is important to practise riding in a range of conditions, rather than just those sunny dry days. The right gear will ensure that you remain dry and warm, whatever the conditions

We enjoyed a great ride with the added benefit of a large English breakfast at the Tavistock Pub in Bedford

Thanks to Keith Tremeer for a sterling job as Tail Ender