|Lining up at the start|
|Oh dear what about the oil drips!|
|Is that a Triumph name on Dermots mount!|
|The bikes cool off at the lunch stop|
HOT PRESS!, Dermot has twice this week been seen riding muti cylinder machines and was heard afterward remarking how smooth they were to ride!, thanks to Ray and to Ian loaning him a bike whilst his Ariel is waving a sick note. Well 15 riders turned out on a bright dry day for Mikes Autumn run which started from Sainsburys at Roundswell. Mike led us out on the dot of 11am, crossing the A39 on to the Torrington road. Pretty soon we turned off passing through Atherington, High Bickington, Dolton and Iddesleigh before turning right at Exbourne. The trail then led us through Jacobstowe, Hatherleigh and Holsworthy before stopping at Red post for an excellent lunch. After lunch, the route took us through Bradworthy on the way to Torrington common for an ice cream. Many thanks to Mike for a great ride, I heard quite a few riders telling him that they had enjoyed the run, thanks to Chris who agreed to don the other rear marshals vest at the back with me and finally to all who manned their turning points so that there were no stra
|Wow didn't recognise you Matt|
ys. Now the next run will be a half day ride starting at the Blackberries in Bampton on November 1st, the Guy Fawkes run, please be aware that this is the last day of the Bampton folk festival so there may be some impromptu players at the venue before we start off. I have included a few pictures which Matt has sent me of his participation in the Distinguished Gentlemans run which took place on the same day as our Girder fork run September 27th, this run is in aid of Prostrate research, it started in Taunton and finished at the Tiverton canal basin.
|Ian shows Dermot where the other cylinder is|