Ride Out – Standedge Canal Tunnel / Delph 25th August

7 bikes joined the ride out to the canal tunnel cafe before riding across to Delph.

Ride out to Scarborough – 10th July

7 branch members met up for our ride out and fortunately we had a dry route all the way.

Another Informal Branch Meeting at Squires

10 bikes turned up for our informal branch meeting at Squires on Thursday 1st July.

2021 NOC Solstice (National) Rally at Aberfoyle, Scotland

7 branch members attended the rally over the long weekend (18th to 21st June) at the Rob Roy hotel in Aberfoyle, even with having to adhere to local Covid restrictions the event was very good.

Yorkshire Branch ‘Get Together’ – 13th June

20 branch members attended the event at Steeton which was sponsored by the NOC.

Visitors bikes parked up in the field.






A part of Andrew’s lovely Norton collection on display.

Andrew Sharp, our host for the afternoon.

Tan Hill Ride Out – Saturday 29th May

At the start of the ride out 11 bikes met up with a further 2 Norton’s joining the group at Tan Hill.

150 mile round trip in near perfect weather for a long ride – enjoying a rest at a very busy Tan Hill.

Informal meeting at Squires Cafe

The second informal meeting at Squires Cafe this month, 10 branch members dropped in over the few hours we met in the beautiful sunshine today at Squires.

Informal Branch Meeting at Squires Cafe Sherburn

10 people turned up for the informal branch meeting on the 13th April.

The sunshine came out for our get together, there was plenty of space to social distance in the car park although this photo makes it look like people were closer together than they actually were!

First Ride Out of 2021 – 3rd April

First post lockdown run of 2021, a trip across some of the best countryside in Yorkshire and Derbyshire to Derwent Water / Ladybower reservoirs.

3rd September Branch ride out / meeting – Carding Sheds, Holmfirth

15 branch members met at the Marsh Inn in Pudsey for our September ride out / meeting, from there the group rode over to the Carding Sheds where lunch was enjoyed in the Oil Can Café.