The Allied Memorial Remembrance Ride (UK) took place on Saturday 1st July 2017.
Bikers from across the United Kingdom attended the ninth Allied Memorial Remembrance Ride on Saturday, 1st July. There was an escorted ride starting at Cambridge Services on the A14, ending at the Madingley American Cemetery on the A1303.
Rides also took place in the United States, Canada, South Africa, France, New Zealand and Italy, creating one ride worldwide in remembrance of fallen heroes from the allied forces, past and present, who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
Further information: http://www.alliedride.org
"Nothing could be easier... A gentle 290 mile on one of the longest summer days of the year visiting various control points and all to be completed in 10 hours".
Haywards of Cambridge (Girton Garage) provided an official control point for the ACU National Road Rally, 1st/2nd July 2017.
Yamaha have made it even easier to build a dream Yamaha model (or two) with the evolution of the MyGarage App.
The 3D model configurator - previously available in multiple, single model range apps - now comes together in one app, offering you the chance to build your dream collection of Yamaha motorcycles and/or scooters under one roof. With over 700,000 downloads, the Yamaha MyGarage app is already one of the most popular powered-two wheeler apps on the market for motorcycle customization.
Besides the Hyper Naked, Sport Heritage, Supersport, Sport Touring and Sport Scooters ranges the free to download MyGarage App will now also, for the first time include Adventure and Urban Mobility models. This extensive range now addresses every Yamaha you could wish for, meaning your perfect Yamaha is simply a download and a few clicks away.
The MyGarage app is available for iOS and Android.
The annual Royston Motorcycle Club Meldreth Bike Show took place on 21st June 2017. Our display included a Royal Enfield Classic - Velorex sidecar combination, Yamaha YZF-R125 and Herald Rocket Red racer; and Royal Enfield Redditch / Moggy combination !
Yamaha's answer to Cambridge congestion, London commuting - and sitting on the A14...
"We're all trying to get our work-life balance just right... The X-MAX 300 has the power to make every day easier, simpler and more enjoyable. Equipped with motorcycle style forks and large wheels, the compact chassis gives you agile sports handling with business class comfort - while the powerful and efficient new Blue Core engine has all the performance you need for fast commuting or weekend escapes." Yamaha UK Press Release
"It never ceases to amaze me why city commuters in the UK aren’t flocking to two wheels rather than pay extortionate public transport fees and then still have to deal with their terrible reliability and service. Having ridden the new Yamaha X-MAX 300, I am even more bamboozled.
If you sign up to a PCP plan, the X-MAX will cost you £65 a month after a £1054 deposit. This is the same as a single week’s peak time commute from Croydon to London Bridge (£11.30 a day), four (almost, it’s £17.50 a day) London Zone 1-6 anytime Travelcards, and these are just two examples, the list of commuter rip-offs goes on and on".
Read full MCN review at Yamaha X-MAX 300: 'A light and agile commuter'.
Yamaha UK have announced a zero percent finance offer on their best selling YZF-R125 and MT-125 models, effective 12th June 2017.
A minimum £99 deposit is required.
Terms & Conditions:
This finance offer is Hire Purchase. Credit is subject to status and is only available to UK residents aged 18 and over. Available through Yamaha Finance which is a trading style of Black Horse Ltd., St William House, Tresillian Terrace, Cardiff CF10 5BH