As of 12 Apr 21 we can resume one to one advanced motorcycle training. Observers will have been in touch with their associates with a view to beginning training rides as soon as possible. Unfortunately larger group rides cannot resume until at least 17 May 21. This is in line with guidance provided by IAM […]
Home page updated with some images from our rides between the lockdowns. Calendar also updated with planned monthly rides and committee and observer meetings.
The June edition of ChainLincs is now available on the Newsletters page. Check it out, it’s a great read.
The May edition of ChainLincs is now available to read on the Newsletter page.
The April edition of ChainLincs is now available on the Newsletters page.
Great turn out for the last group ride of the year. On a pretty chilly murky day 12 members arrived at Brigg keen and eager for a blast around the local area. Thanks to Ian Morrison and John Harrison for leading 2 separate groups. We accidentally met up at Clayton’s Corner Café at Housham where John’s […]
A great attendance at Monday nights social meeting. Thanks to all the members and partners that came along where we had a Christmas quiz, a raffle which raised £53 which will be donated the air ambulance and a buffet provided by the Nags Head. Most importantly we presented certificates for passing the IAM Advanced Motorcycle […]
We held our AGM on Monday where we re-elected the Chairman, Treasurer, Secretary and one other committee, and also 2 new committee members. We also presented 3 certificates to members following their recent pass of the IAM advanced bike test. Certificates were presented to Steve Wivell and Simon Battram by their Observer John Harrison, and to […]
This years Barrie heath Quiz took place on the 14 Oct. A team from Lincolnshire Advanced Motorcyclists were victorious. Thanks to John Harrison, Dave Hall and Steve Watson for joining me in the team and to our supporters that came along. We will be hosting next year so look out for an announcement in a […]
In July LAM member Steve Watson rode his bike from John O’Groats to Lands End over 2 days to raise money for the Lincolnshire Blood Bikers (LEBBS). At Mondays social meeting Steve presented Martin Wright from LEBBS with a cheque for £262 with some money still to come in. Well done to Steve. http://www.lebbs.org/