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Beezumph Ride Out

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This topic contains 1 reply, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Graham Redrup 4 months ago.

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  • #8856

    David Lord
    Participant

    What time does the Thursday ride-out start please?  I’d like to be sure I arrive on time on Thursday and don’t miss anything!

  • #8894

    Graham Redrup
    Keymaster

    Thursday Ride Out
    Remember to enter the Club Riding Programme.
    It is planned to assemble in the paddock before the 12:15 ride out briefing and set off on the ride at 12:30 sharp.
    The first leg of the ride out will take us through Horncastle to the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre at East Kirkby where at 13:30 we will witness the start up and Taxiing of the WW2 Lancaster Bomber “Just Jane”.
    We plan to stay there a short while to have a look round some of the Bomber Command memorabilia which is the biggest collection in the country and also includes a genuine Bouncing Bomb, there will be the opportunity to take in refreshments from the ‘Naafi’.
    Once we have had our fill of World War 2 memorabilia and tea we will take to the road again and make our way back to Cadwell through the winding roads of the Lincolnshire Wolds.

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