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Mark Lamb – Chairman.

First Triumph, a Tina Scooter in 1975. Punk Rocker, Horticulturalist, Arboriculturalist, Now Bereavement Services Manager. Raced minis in the 80s / 90s. Since had a few different Hondas in 70s and 80s,A Suzuki GT380 a GS1000, 1250, A Bonneville T100, a Sprint GT and currently have a Tiger Sport 1050 in black with a white collar called “the Reverend” and green/cream Trident 900 called Shrek that I have a love / hate relationship with. T160 now gone to Southampton . Grandad rode a Triumph in WW1, Dad had a Triumph in 50s / 60s.

Get in touch with Mark if you have any general queries about the club, perhaps you are another club looking to meet up, or attend one of our events?

Dave Tate – Vice Chairman & Memberships Secretary.

Appropriate position for a Joiner. Dave rides a Tiger Sport Dark edition and a Rocket R. He is an unaccomplished camper and has been known to mistake water for Gin.

Contact Dave for details of how to become or renew membership

General Secretary.

Any enquiries of a general nature contact a committee member

Neil Elders – Treasurer.

Lord Elders has been know to attend Summer camp with Elsa the Lion and his Daktari set up. Rides a spiffing Speedmaster and a lovely Tracker built by Dave at Triumph Newcastle.

If you are interested in any of the products we have to offer, or need to make payments, drop a line to Neil

Clive Bell – Brass MonkiesRide out Coordinator.

Made from hardy stuff going out in all weathers, Clive invented the Brass Monkey Rides. He’s not real slow, he rides a Red Rocket 3R.

If you have an idea for a Café Amblers ride get in touch with Clive

Ged Tellwirght – Café Amblers Coordinator.

Invented the Café Amblers NEE. Ged is the essence of a Café racer, suave, sophisticated and likes a coffee.

If you have an idea for a Café Amblers ride get in touch with Ged

Iain Inglis – Website