75th Anniversary Events
Cadwell Park Track Weekend
Click below for the forms.
North East Area Grand Ride Out
Come and join the North East Area Sections on our “Grand Ride Out” on Sunday 11th July. All of the areas sections will be holding runs riding out on the same day heading for Allendale in the Allen Valley, in the north of the area or Thornton-le-dale next to the North Yorkshire Moors for the south of the area to meet-up for lunch, looking at the bikes and meeting old and new friends. Runs will aim to arrive around noon and depart at 2:30pm.You are welcome to join the section runs or make your own way to either meeting point.
We are keen that members who live in the North East Area but who do not get to sections meeting join us on the day for lunch. Along with anyone else who fancies the ride to two great locations, from elsewhere in the country.
The NE Area covers from the Sheffield area across to the East Coast of Lincolnshire via Lincoln, then heads north bounded by the Pennines and the sea up to the Scottish boarder.
Both of the locations have been selected due to abundance of locations to get lunch and available space to park motorcycles.
Fingers cross for good weather and hope to see you there.
Neil Lewis NE Area Rep and the Section Committees from Reivers, Northumberland, South Durham, North East, Wakefield & West Yorkshire, East Yorkshire, Sheffield and Mid-Lincs.
Allendale town centre
Address: Market Place, B6303, Allendale Town, Hexham NE47 9BD
Nearest fuel: On A69 westbound 12 miles.
OS Grid Ref: NY 83761 55899
Three words Ref: riddle.unsecured.shudders
Thornton-le-dale (car park)
Address: Thornton Le Dale Car Park, Chestnut Avenue, Thornton-le-Dale, Thornton le Dale. YO18 7RW
Nearest fuel: Pickering or Malton
OS Grid Ref: SE835829
Three words Ref: lavender.donates.summaries
The Nation Way Point Rally
It is an event conceived to comply with the Covid Rules that are assumed to be in place this summer. The sections have nominated locations in their area worthy of visiting on a motorcycle – the Way Points, selected for interest, the view or just a good place to get a bacon sandwich.
It will run from mid-June to mid-September.
Members are invited to visit the Way Point as a destination for informal (or formal) rides in groups (subject to national/local Covid Rules. Ideally you will be able to undertake runs throughout the summer, to the Way Points. Running over 3 months should allow good weather riding and some great photo opportunities.
The list of Way Points, the rules for claiming them and photography competition are in the downloadable pdf, or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The event is part of our 75th Anniversary year, so is run to encourage to get out on our bikes, no entry fee will be charged.
Click below for the handbook.