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Offline Beezageezauk

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2nd Historic Bike Summer Camp (UK)
« on: 21.01. 2015 15:07 »
Here are the details for the 2nd Historic Bike Summer Camp (UK)




Hopefully some of our forum members will be able to make it as it would an ideal opportunity to meet up and put faces to names.

Take care and ride safely.

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Re: 2nd Historic Bike Summer Camp (UK)
« Reply #1 on: 21.01. 2015 16:57 »
Ha – I was at the Moto Guzzi Club ‘Clocks Back’ rally there this Autumn just gone (on my T3). They have a reasonable area out back for camping and a brand new ablutions block. Some good beers on pump too, though the landlady was a bit stressy as I recall. They have a further bar out back that incorporates a skittles alley which provides for good sport as an evening wears on.

I’m hoping to get back out there for the ‘Clocks Forward’ rally in a couple of months.
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Re: 2nd Historic Bike Summer Camp (UK)
« Reply #2 on: 22.01. 2015 15:01 »
Here are the details for the 2nd Historic Bike Summer Camp (UK)

To be held at the delightful 17th Century

Drum and Monkey Inn, on the B4211 south west of
Upton upon Severn, Worcestershire. WR8 0QP

5th. to 7th. June 2015


Excellent location. I know this area very well. It takes me an hour to get there.  *smile*

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Re: 2nd Historic Bike Summer Camp (UK)
« Reply #3 on: 24.01. 2015 08:33 »
I know it too and agree, it's beautiful countryside with some great riding options. For example, the road along the western side of the Malvern Hills.
A bit more like 2 hours for me to get there but in the diary for a possible day visit.

Shame that beer and biking don't mix, for me anyway, any longer. I remember several good pubs close by.
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Re: 2nd Historic Bike Summer Camp (UK)
« Reply #4 on: 27.01. 2015 14:53 »
Hi all,

I've been able to update the opening page of this thread with full graphics thanks to Erling working his technical wizardry on the original format.  So scroll back to the beginning.  Thanks Erling.

Further information will be uploaded as time progresses and activities are organised.

Beezageezauk.