Rather than looking back too much at May in the current circumstances it seemed more appropriate to look forward to June! May continued with some great weather but most importantly changes to the lockdown requirements meant that we were once again able to get out on our bikes and take advantage of the good weather at last. Despite some continued restrictions, such as limited numbers and the requirement to maintain social distancing, it is now possible to ride and many have taken advantage. Whilst there was not much to report in May Jeff Terry’s double page spread in MCN’s Adventure Special on May 27th should not pass without mention. The article, obviously filmed prior to the restrictions,
Please see an announcement from RoSPA below. The ARNY Committee will be discussing this over the next few days with a view to safely commencing training in due course. In line with recent announcements from the government, I am pleased to confirm that of Tuesday 2nd June RoADAR groups in England and Northern Ireland that operate a motorcycle section can resume practical tutoring and ride outs.
Any activity must be in accordance with the latest government advice on social distancing, so this means that no more than six people should be on a ride out.
While this is for England and Northern Ireland only at this stage, we are keeping a close watch on developments in Wales and Scotland and