AGM

After rain effected play on the social ride the other day. we decided it was better to leave the AGM till another day to do it.

So it will now be this coming Monday the 16th of July at 2030. We will be meeting at the Norfolk Arms in Ringinglow. Which means you can get a bit of a ride in first on what is looking like a sunny evening and then come and chat to us, tell us what you think and what you would like us to do as well as voting in a President, Treasurer and Secretary for the coming year.

 

Eastern Moors update

Tom riding Sheepskulls. Proof that riders can police themselves....

Hold the front page!  Meeting both interesting and informative shock!!

Sorry, couldn’t resist, because it’s not often I can say that about a meeting discussing access and conservation.  However, having been involved in the consultation process for the Eastern Moors from the start, I can only say it has been a pleasure throughout.  The new management team’s inclusive attitude has been refreshing and mountain biking has been accorded equal treatment with all the other user groups.  The National Trust/RSPB set out with the intention of creating an examplary model of how conservation and access could coexist and I just hope other conservation bodies take note because so far, the results exceed expectations. Continue reading