There is loads of fun to be had when there is more than a few bikers hanging out together. We're not all nutters who insist on going as fast as they can from A to B, we also have the more sensible breed of biker who will calmly ride at their own pace and be less noticeable to the local constabulary. Weekends will see any number of us arranging to go for a run. It could be a day-trip, or a weekend trip. Going abroad is also planned for sometime this year.
We generally pull together ideas, and since there are a lot of us, the ideas usually come thick and fast, and there is usually something to suit everyones taste. You ride at your own pace, there are usually stopping points along a trip where the faster riders will wait until everyone is together again.
If you're interested in travel, then meet members who have travelled around Europe or further afield. Gain lessons from their experience, or share some of your own.
Are you thinking about Track days and Race days, then talk to members who have been and can tell you what to watch out for ( a flying Aprillia being one).
Discounts and brotherly advice on parts and how to fit them.
Travelling abroad in a group will reduce cost. Join us on some overseas trips, and the money you save on the trip can be better invested in beer, petrol, nightshows, or whatever...
Being a member doesn't take much. If you're interested in joining, you can pop along to the pub. Even if it's just for an informal chat, you're more than welcome. We try to have as few rules as possible, but the one rule we must insist on is that you have a bike. I don't think any of us want to be placed in the situation of having to carry pillions because they are members without their own mode of transport. Also having your own bike means you can take part in any rideouts you want without constantly looking for a ride.
Being a member does have some benefits, when possible/beneficial we will lay on transport (other than bikes) when going places. For Example, we took a minibus down to the NEC for the BikeShow. So we don't do everything on bikes. We are an open minded bunch, and are always open to new suggestions, ideas, etc.
So if you want to join in the fun and frolics, then send us an email (email@example.com), check out our forum and as some questions, or pop into the pub.
We ask for an annual membership fee of £20.