Chairman's Chat A very warm welcome to the February edition of the SAM Observer. I recently took my Triumph Tiger Sport in for a major service at Lings Suffolk Triumph. Whilst it was in the workshop I decided to take the new Tiger Explorer XRT out for a test ride. Keep an eye out for my review and comparison of the two Tigers going head-to-head in a future edition. The recent decision to change our Theory Evening location to The Boardroom at the Kesgrave War Memorial Community Centre has been successful with the first session taking place last month and with future sessions being held their too. Follow the link in the SAM calendar for further details including the location of The Boardroom meeting room. http://www.suffolk-advanced-motorcyclists.com/cal The rolling set of four sessions on the main topics of Roadcraft & the System of Motorcycle Control come highly recommended, especially if you're an associate IAM Roadsmart member working towards the Advanced Rider standard. The theory sessions are also open to you as a full member, to brush up on your theory as well as to members of the public, friends, family members, work colleagues that you'd like to introduce to the benefits you've gained through adopting advanced riding. As well as paying your annual SAM membership and completing a Gift Aid form, so we can claim back your taxable portion of it from the Inland Revenue, another way for you to help generate precious income for the group and to allow us to continue to improve road safety throughout the region, is by signing up to The Giving Machine. It's a simply scheme which provides a donation to your cause, at no additional cost to you, when you shop on-line. For further details follow the link below: http://www.suffolk-advanced-motorcyclists.com/sam-fund-raising.html The SAM Observer February 2018
The February 2018 edition of "The SAM Observer"