Towcester

The Towcester branch operates within the following area: Daventry, Northampton, Milton Keynes, Leighton Buzzard, Buckingham, Banbury, and as such is centred around Towcester. Informal meetings at Jacks Hill Cafe, NN12 8ET, A5/A43 Towcester every Monday evening from 7.00pm (good grub if you need a feed!)

We also hold an informal Cafe Church Event on the first Sunday each month in the bar at Jack's Hill Cafe at 9.00am

Nice Medley from Nicky No Bikes!

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2013 remembered

Contact

For further information contact:
Iain Cockburn (towcester@bike.org.uk)

Events

We have a list of Towcester activities.

Click on any of the images to see its full-sized version. (The text of branch pictures is coloured green, and that of regional pictures is brown.)

Towcester Branch Area

The Map shows our area (approximately)and also some great biking routes on our doorstep!

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Jacks in June!

Here we are then after a balmy summers night at Jacks Hill, thank goodness for Bri and the Team and the Tea!

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Jacks Remembrance Day 2013

Sue gives the reading

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Jacks Remembrance Day 13

The assembled masses pay their respects

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Jacks Remembrance Day 2013

The Last Post

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LYN 2013 Ride out

Off we go to the Cernunnos Custom show at Cliton Reynes, 25.5.13

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Remembrance Day at Jacks Hill 2012

Remembrance Day at Jacks Hill 2012
The assembled bikes - over 120, on 11/11/12, with Graham speaking

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Greenbelt 2012

Pete at the CMA National Stand, Greenbelt 2012, after the flood!

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Brackley Festival Of Biking 2012

Our stand, which was pleasantly busy, and Graham's oddmobile - it used to be a Triumph, looks more like a Cafe Cut n Shunt!

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Brackley Festival of Biking 2012  Stand

Our stand and team

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Brackley Festival Of Biking 2012 2

Our stand (first usage, all carried by Bike!) provided welcome shade on a scorching day

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Alied American Rememberance Ride: Cambridge 30.6.12

Graham, Gina and Ian joined Bedford Branch and about 400 other riders for the annual rememberance service at Maddingley Cemetary.July 2012

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MAG demo 24.6.12

Assembly at Thrapston with RADMAG, EU Demo 24.6.12

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MAG DEMO 24.6.12 RADMAG Group

MAG EU Demo assembly with RADMAG at Thrapston 24.6.12

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MAG Demo 24.6.12 Start

MAG EU DEMO 24.6.12 Brampton Hut to Newmarket, 350 bikes, 1 hour on the A14 - faster than usual!

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Banbury Run 2012

Banbury Run 2012 - an Old Soldier remembers the war, then tries to remember where he left his bike!

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Banbury Run 2012

Helping Bedford with programs and a CMA stand at Banbury Run 2012. several new contacts made, and some good conversations, oh, and some amazingly old bikes!

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2012 LYN Festival

LYN 12, in support of the Testicular Cancer Charity, was bigger and some would say better than 2011, with more people and stonkingly good weather!

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LYN 12 Tea Break

LYN Rally 2012: Ian Small and Gavin taking it easy on the Main Gate!

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LYN 12 Ride Out

The LYN 2012 Ride Out - Can you spot this years Ride leader?

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Bletchley Community Fun Day 2011

With friends from Bedford Branch, we again supported St. Andrews Church in Bletchley providing a display of bikes and bikers to their annual Community Fun Day, June 2011

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Free Bike Cleaning!

This picture appears to show our Vice Chair cleaning his bike with the latest innovation in bike cleaning, a sock! Jay is available to offer this service at most branch meetings - pre-booking is essential! June 2011

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Brackley Festival of Motorcycling 2011

Working with Towcester MAG on a shared stand at Brackley Festival of Motorcycling, 2010, glorious day, great event, amazing people!

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Haiti Quake Fundraiser

After the devastating Earthquake in Haiti in January 2010, we organised a Fundraising Bike Ride to help support the relief work of Milton Keynes based World Vision UK

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Daventry Walk of Witness 2011

GOOD Friday 2011 was marked in the traditional way in Daventry with the annual Walk of Witness.

Churches Together in Daventry organised the event which saw around 100 people headed out from Holy Cross church led by Christian Bikers carrying a wooden cross. They made their way down High Street and up Sheaf Street, handing out nails, palm crosses and lollipops as well as stopping for readings and prayers.

The Rev Jay Phelps, from the United Reformed Church, led this year’s walk. He said: “We are showing that we follow Jesus as his disciples did.

“But like Jesus’ disciples, who mucked it up a bit at the time, we are all equally capable of messing things up.

“Good Friday is about sin being forgotten – sin is not just bad acts, but anything that separates us from good. The lollipops remind us of God’s sweetness, but the nails and the palm crosses remind us of the payment we have to make for it.”

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Close Link with Towcester MAG

Several of us are MAG members, and as a branch we are a similar age to the Towcester MAG Group, and often meet with them and work at events with them - good bunch of people and a top biker group - see the link elsewhere. This is us in spring 2010

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