OK, we know it
s Mothers day and The Ride of Respect so dont bother posting to say you can`t come.
This iconic event now in it`s third year will see a defence of her title by All-E, last years winner.
Now heritage status has been achieved we expect and demand a good turn out.
For those not familiar with A A Milne or the pleasure of a good Pooh, you will live to regret your non attendance.
The sticks are provided and colour coded, the lunch stop is familiar with our esoteric requirements and All-E is prepared to take on all comers. Our traditional lunch stop would love to have us back but are fully booked for Mother’s Day, so we have a cunning alternative, so don’t anyone rock up to the pub we used before.
So, the details, Leaving the Ace 9.30am, full tank and empty bladder, leaving Box Hill car park 10.45am.
This event entails a short post prandial walk to the event venue “Pooh Sticks Bridge”, rules will be read out and adhered to. NB - this walk through the forest is unsuitable for the elderly or infirm.
A good time will be had by all and may the best bear win.
Here is a link to last year’s competition: http://londonbikers.com/forums/784827//Sunday-6-March-2011?Keywords=pooh
As with all rideouts you participate at your own risk and neither we nor LB can be responsible for you if you experience any mishaps.
The cornerman system will be used, if you don’t know it see here:
UPDATE: Remember to bring cash anyway for lunch & drinks etc AND we will be having a collection for LB’s main charity, the London Air Ambulance. This is a suggested £2 donation per person minimum. Don’t be a cheapskate.
The LAA is funded by voluntary donations & whilst we all hope not to need their services, they have been in attendance to more LB members than anyone would wish.