Author Archives: Paul Dresser

IAM Petition for scrapping VAT on Air Vests

Make a change by signing the petition to scrap VAT on life-saving air vests   Please see communications below from the IAM Dear member, Since our last email, we’ve been busy spreading the word about our campaign to scrap VAT on life-saving air … Continue reading

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October Monday Meeting – 9th October

This month we have a speaker who is a traffic officer for Highways England and will be talking about their operations across the UK Motorway Network. There will also be a chance for a catch-up and natter and as usual … Continue reading

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Please welcome Richard Smith to the group.

I began riding back in the early 80’s and passed my test in 1981. I had a Honda H100 followed by 2 Honda Superdreams – 250 and 500. My eldest Son was born in 1989 so the bike had to … Continue reading

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Member offer from York Advanced Motorists Group.

Please find below offer from Sue, chair of the York car group. Please note the condition at the bottom of the flyer that states the candidate must regularly carry children to qualify. I have 2 places with funding available on … Continue reading

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Monday evening Meeting

Hi all, Just a reminder that there is a meeting at Bilton this evening. Unfortunately, they cannot put food on so you may want a bite before you come. There are still snacks and drinks available at the bar. We … Continue reading

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May Meeting

Just a reminder to say that this months meeting has been re-scheduled to Monday 15th May due to the Coronation Bank Holiday. We will be holding the AGM and then time for a chat and the usual buffet afterwards. Paul

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Please welcome Damien Sullivan to the group.

I started on bikes when I was 17 – a Honda CG125, then a RE Interceptor made the same year I was born. I took it to France for a year when I left school and it was stolen on … Continue reading

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Please welcome new associate Matthew Sedgwick to the group.

So, the brief biking history; I became hooked on motorcycles as a 13/14 year old, hammering my mate’s C90 mot failure up and down a private road in Pool. As soon as I was old enough I bought an old … Continue reading

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Slow Riding Workshop

Hi Everyone. Just a reminder that Bob and Martin have put together a slow riding workshop which is tomorrow at Rufforth Gliding Club. I hope you can all join us for a fun and interactive event which starts at 9.30 … Continue reading

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Slow Riding Workshop

Dear Members, The Slow Riding Workshop is to take place at Rufforth Airfield on Sunday 7th May, starting at 9.30 a.m. Attendance is recommended especially for Associates and Observers but also for those advanced riders who wish to brush up … Continue reading

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