The first organised social ride of the year will be on April 28th. Andy Esmond will be the leader and it is open to all ARNY members, pillions too. Info from Andy;
We'll meet at 9.30 Greggs/Costa Clifton Moor - York Outer ring road, with full tank and to be ready to be on the road at 10.00.
Head North via the Howardian Hills to the North York Moors and a coffee stop in Rosedale.
After Rosedale we'll take a winding route across the Moors to Goathland, drop down to Thornton Dale then back into the National Park before heading to the coast and the finish at Spirit of Yorkshire, Bridlington Road, Hunmanby YO14 0PH.
Total distance approximately 100 mil
Well, March didn’t turn out to be quite as good as February, weather wise, but it has to be said that it wasn’t far behind and resulted in plenty of training, both on our usual Saturday and some mid-week sessions. We also tried two new venues for our training ‘end destinations’. March saw the annual AGM, it was well attended and as usual all the committee had to resign their posts and re-stand if they so desired. Most offered to re-stand and were duly ‘sworn in’, but Phill B stood down as Marketing and media and this role will now be taken over by Dave Reeve AND Jeff Terry stood down as Social secretary and Simon Wilson will now take on the role. All committee posts are now as follows: Chair
The motorcycle season is upon us, which for ARNY members means in addition to the excellent Saturday morning training sessions we have a series of social events to look forward to, starting with the first social ride on the 28th April. The ride will be led by Andy Esmond with a destination of Scarborough, further details will follow shortly but knowing Andy we can be certain it won’t be the most obvious route to the coast. That said it will be fun, plenty of breaks and in true ARNY fashion, Tea, Coffee and cakes. All members welcome, pillions too! A Doodle poll for participation for the social rides, and a dedicated website page, will be out soon so please keep an eye out and please do put y
Here’s a look ‘back’ at February with ARNY. February turned out to be an astonishing month weather wise, although the first few days were still giving us minus overnight temperatures, that soon stopped and we ended with the warmest February on record! Not bad when you consider that last February we were being battered by ‘The Beast from the East’. The good weather saw a more than average numbers of associates taking training early in the year, with 7 different associates enjoying 12 training sessions between them. This compares with 6 training session by only 4 associates in February 2018. Those who read last month’s article will know we are increasing our Tutor Team for 2019. Dave A. and