Nacelle Report – May 2021

As I write this, we have finally been told we can head out on the highway again and ride with up to six people. During the last month, we’ve been fettling and polishing our bikes in preparation and one member has even had his ceramic coated. The weather’s getting better all the time and at month end, we expect to be riding along together with no particular place to go. By the time this you read this, we should have had several rides.

While waiting to get out, we have put together a photo album of our rides from last year which you can see on our website together with a YouTube video to remind us of some of the great rides we managed to do in 2020, despite COVID-19.

We are hoping the BCSA will open up again for Thursday club nights soon. In the meantime, we will continue to hold our Zoom meetings at 8pm each Thursday.

Sadly, long term Branch member, rocker, biker and friend, Ross Clements, passed away this month.  Our thoughts are with his wife Anita. Ross went on several of our Branch rides last year and was well known to many members.

A new Triumph Tiger by the Banksy at Reading Prison

The mystery street artist, Banksy, surprised everyone by painting a man trying to escape on the wall of Reading prison. One of our Branch members could not resist parking his Tiger as a get away bike in front of the picture and taking a photo of it.

Keep on rolling! 

Ton-Up Ted