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Tim, Hazel and Emily Bickley from ‘Throttle Happy SC’, Chesterfield, stayed overnight on Friday. Tim had ridden-in on his Vespa chop, ‘Sgt Slug’. He explained that when he got up on Saturday morning he’d done hi s psychobilly quiff and gone over to have breakfast in the Hayfield. However, due to a slight amount of light drizzle in the air, Tim took his pink flamingo brolly with him, which was greeted with a few raised eyebrows when he walked into a breakfast room packed with anglers!
Boots ‘n’ Scoots SC from Lincoln who were in the process of setting up their base-camp and also have members in Scarborough, Leicester, Doncaster and Rotherham: “It’s a proper back-to-basics ‘Old-Skool’ rally and the music’s great!” “And they even allow Mods!” Jimmy laughed. “Or tolerate them!” Darren joked.
Early arrivals Bedlam SC. Dibba explained that only the hardcore element had made it; Noddy and Honky had shied away and Steve couldn’t make it as he was getting married. Shaking their heads, and with a playful tut they said: “Getting married in the scooter season? Get a grip!” Biddy added: “He needs to get his priorities in order!” The team later returned to Sheffield to form the ‘guard of honour’ for Steve and Amanda’s wedding.
Brian Varey receives the award for Best Art and Design with ‘Dream Warrior’.
Dave Stewart and his daughter, Rhian.
Club members Marie, Abigail and Jasmin.