May 11, 2013
Quiet a sad day today as it's my last day and meet at Upwood as the BSA Club Rep for Cambridgeshire. For me personally its time to move onto pastures new. Its been a wonderful two years. I've made some new friends and had many many laughs.
I am in early talks with the lads who ride in on their classics, and whilst its early days it does sound as though we will re-group in the spring, and it'll be a multi manufacturer meet.
That is to say it'll cover all classic bikes. Over the last two years of meeting at Upwood we've had every brand of English Classic Bike ride into our friendly meets at Upwood, and in an attempt to make the meets more encompassing this is the direction I and the core of others in attendance have decided to take the meets going forward.
It goes without saying Bantam riders will always be welcome at Upwwod alongside Triumphs, Nortons, Ariels and the best of British bikes.
I wish the new regional rep all the very best, and I am sure that the members of the club including myself will get behind the new incumbent and support any initiative taken to kick off the Bantam meets.
All the best everyone.
1966 BSA Bantam D7 - Bones CDi and Yamaha Clutch conversion.
A 1969 B175 - with Bones CDi, and new Amal MK1 Concentric
Another 1966 D7 which is presenty beng assembled.
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