Firstly it is with great sadness to have to report of the passing of Vic Glazier, a very active past member. Vic was one of the nice guys, a true gentleman and some of our members have great memories of their time with Vic. He will be sorely missed. Our condolences to his family.
Our condolences also go out to John Crittenden, another past member who very sadly lost his wife Anita.
Wednesday 2nd June we had 15 on the club night ride to The Halfway House, Brenchley
Saturday 5th Chris led 9 over to The Chalet at Cowfold
The following Saturday Alan led 7 over to Heavens Farm for breakfast, apparently taking them via dirt tracks on the way there, all good fun.
Wednesday 16th the plan was a long way round ride to The Robin Hood followed by a quarterly meeting, the ride got cancelled and arranged for the following week as heavy rain was expected, Some keen members were determined to have a ride and did. On the way home later I bet they wished they had taken their cars as it was not just heavy rain more like a monsoon. The main topics discussed at the meeting was the cancellation of the forthcoming events due to lockdown restrictions.
Saturday 19th we had 11 for the breakfast run to The Teapot Island, Yalding, no sign of the Harley lot this time so no delay with the service.
The rearranged club night run to The Robin Hood was very well attended with 19 of us.
Sunday 27th only 6 on the breakfast run to Heavens Farm, rain was forecast but luckily it stayed away, just a bit of drizzle in the Ringer area.
Wednesday 11th August, British Bike Night at The Robin Hood. 6.30pm
Wednesday 18th August, Club night ride out leaving Esso garage 7pm to the Six Bells, Chiddingly.