After our annual meal in December the rest of the month was quiet on the biking front. We renewed our subscription to the BMF, which as well as some insurance cover for us, does a very good job on behalf of all motorcyclists country wide in looking after our interests. For example, Cambridge is considering banning motorcycles from the city. And there is the danger of driverless vehicles recognising motorcycles. Considering the irresponsible cyclists and electric scooter users ,we need all the support we can get. We gave out the club awards on our January club night, and once again Paul Davis collected the Russel Reeve award for most miles on a classic motorcycle on club events. Vic Sayer collected the Alan Jones award for his inspiration to us all by keeping riding despite one or two nasty accidents riding off road. George Clarkes efforts on the clubs behalf were recognised with the Ralph Davis award. George has been a great help to us and its a real asset having him with us. And last but not least , the John Lay award which was given to Nick King and Caroline for their work both in organising bike rides,and collecting the money for our annual dinner, always a daughnting task. As relative newcomers to the club we are greatful for their help and support. Indeed this website may well look a bit different in weeks to come thanks to Nick.The annual run to The Victoria Eals Soham, for lunch and then on to Andy Tiernans, is scheduled for Friday 20th, leaving the Cricketers at 10 am , weather permitting. The next club night is February 1st. Keep an eye on theis website and look out for Colins E mails. See you soon .Gordon