Monthly Archives: April 2014

Prescott Bike Festival 2014

Stand display

Stand display

This is the third year that Gloucester Branch have attended this event which is held to raise funds for the Blood Riders so that they can continue to operate the important service that they provide.The weather was mainly dry but a bit dull this year so not the best light conditions for taking photographs, neverthe less our branch secretary Chris S did an amazing job for us on the day.

Ably supported by 14 branch members plus two visitors (Barry & Geoff)  Chris S had organised a very varied display of machines ranging from the 1920’s to the 1970’s, however the allocated site for the club stands this year was on a slight slope which meant that some bikes had to be literally anchored in position!

We had only one member having a tilt at the Hill itself and Chris N made it look relatively easy with his very smooth riding style

Escapee from the Planet of the Apes

Escapee from the Planet of the Apes

Darth Vader and his men looking after our sbikes

Darth Vader and his men looking after our sbikes

The event is supported by some great characters

Dave's Fastback heads the line up

Dave’s Fastback heads the line up

Ian and Rose's ES2

Ian and Rose’s ES2

Straight out of the Showroom?

Geoff's Model 19

Geoff’s Model 19

 How we would all like to find them

Chris N on the Hill

Chris N on the Hill

At least one of us had ago!

Colin's Manx with Chris N's Inter

Colin’s Manx with Chris N’s Inter

Chris finishing the Run

Chris finishing the Run

 

March 2014 Malvern Show

The age range on show

The age range on show

 

Time for a natter

Time for a natter

Dave McKie's 750 Fastback at Malvern

Roger's Parallel Vee

Roger’s Parallel Vee

Best 30's award for the Chairmans Bike

Best 30’s award for the Chairmans Bike

Award for best Club Stand collected by our Treasure

Award for best Club Stand collected by our Treasure

March for us means our local Classic Bike Show held  at the Three Counties Show ground near Malvern and this year we started off with two awards.

1. Best 1930’s bike for the chairmans 1935 model 18

1. Best Club Stand with the award being collected by our Treasure(r)

 

 

 

Upcoming Events

Aug
13
Mon
7:30 pm Branch Night @ The Oakwood
Branch Night @ The Oakwood
Aug 13 @ 7:30 pm – 9:45 pm
Delayed this month due to the first Monday in August being a bank Holiday  
Aug
19
Sun
10:15 am Tewkesbury Car & Bike Festival @ Tewkesbury School
Tewkesbury Car & Bike Festival @ Tewkesbury School
Aug 19 @ 10:15 am – 4:00 pm
Tewkesbury Classic Vehicle Festival is held at Tewkesbury School, just 200 yards from Junction 9 of the M5 Entry is free for the rider but passengers have to pay (no info on cost)