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  • George Firth – Why ride? - THE DREAM THAT MANY WILL NOT UNDERSTAND: I bought a BIKE for a personal dream. One day when I am very old and when I can not walk anymore, it will be in my garage as a trophy of my memories. I met people who taught me something and have the same spirit and I […]
  • Ride of Respect Video - Not to be missed!!! A fabulous video to commemorate the Ride of Respect Click here for video  
  • Back patches for your Cut - There have been quite a few members asking for information on the back patches that some of us wear on our cuts (Waistcoats ) The Riders back patch was produced by our President, Paul Moore, to raise funds for SAAFA. He sells them for £30 and all profits go to SAAFA. If you would like  […]
  • End of year message from our President - Dear all, As we enter into the unknown of 2021, its time for a little bit of reflection on this year, which for everyone has been an ‘Annis Horribilus’. I think we are only now really starting to feel the effects of the Covid pandemic and the measures the Government have taken to reduce the […]
  • Carry on camping 2021 !! - Paul is in the process of organising a ride out in 2021.  Dates yet to be agreed but the outline plan is: Friday – Ride to Aldershot for RV  evening in the Trafalgar Pub (Lord help us!) Saturday – Ride (carefully after Friday night) to Fort Cumberland in Portsmouth for an overnight CAMPING (you know, […]
  • Ride of Respect – Airborne Engineers -     Here is a fabulous article, written by our President, Paul Moore, for the Airborne Engineers Journal.  It gives a detailed account of this year’s Ride of Respect, from the viewpoint of the riders.  Enjoy !! ———————————————- Airborne Forces Riders South Atlantic Medal Association 2020 Ride of Respect 01-08 August 2020 Maj (Retd) Paul […]
  • Bob and Pete make the Great Escape - Bob Russell and Pete Neaves have made a bold escape from Covid.
  • Paul works on 2021 schedule - Here is the latest message from Paul Moore, our President, regarding the background work he is doing in preparation for next year: All, I recently had an online meeting with a chap called Ian Parsons, who runs the London Taxi Charity. These are the guys who since 1945 have been taking veterans on days out […]
  • Great write up in this article - Tradition vets giving pins to flowerchildren restored by Charlie McColgan
  • President’s statement on Arnhem 2020 - Well, most of us couldn’t make it. So, as you know Paul and Charlie went to represent us. It was a massive success.  Paul reports that the Dutch truly appreciated us not going this year.  We showed, by not going, that we respected them. The result was that there was a closer focus on Paul […]