AGM/Rally 2017 Agenda

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AGM/Rally 2017 Agenda

Postby exoticices » 24 Apr 2017 09:05

The agenda / timetable for the AGM/Rally weekend is on the members area of the website:
http://www.morini-riders-club.com/members/AGM.html
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Re: AGM/Rally 2017 Agenda

Postby Jem » 09 May 2017 15:12

To all club members please see the website for the updated agenda & schedule.

For non-members, who are very welcome to join in, here are brief details:

Morini Riders Club Rally 2017
12th-14th May 2017
Marton Road Farm, Long Itchington, Southam CV47 9PY

The club’s 2017 rally and AGM will be held at Marton Road Farm, Long Itchington, Southam CV47 9PY. The site is centrally located and has good camping facilities. The AGM will be held in “The Buck & Bell” in Long Itchington and, for those who attend, a free buffet lunch will be provided at the pub.

All members of the club and families are entitled to come along, and a warm and friendly welcome will be guaranteed. We’d love to see as many Morinis as possible, though people have been known to come on other makes of bike, and even with four wheels…

Full details are on the Members’ area of the website.

If you’re not a member of the club but have an interest in these lovely Italian machines, you’re still welcome to come along on to have a chat, a cup of tea and find out more about us and what we do.

You can contact me through the forum or on 07714 234891
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Re: AGM/Rally 2017 Agenda

Postby julianharty » 12 May 2017 12:46

I can't join you for the AGM or this weekend, sadly. I hope it's an excellent weekend and that I'll meet some of you around in the near future. My younger daughter leaves for Japan again (after visiting this week) and it's clear that it's better for me to be home than away on my Morini, especially as yesterday I effectively swapped my Corsaro 1200 (sold to Stuart at NLM) for a Kanguro X3 which I bought from a private seller who has several 3 1/2s in addition to this one. I've used my motorbike credits for a few weeks!

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