The last Bikers’ Breakfast of the year this Sunday at the Beech Hotel, Derby Road, Burton. Great food this week, not to be missed, so come down and get your free snappin’ and check out the stands, bikes and whatever... Read more »
Bikers Breakfasts continue at The Darlaston Inn Sunday 30th July 10am to 3pm. please be aware this event is open to all Bikers & pillions of any age & ability. Learner riders are also welcome, we have seen some concerns... Read more »
The next Bikers Breakfast event is this weekend. Sunday 18th June from 10am to 3pm. This is a fantastic location to ride out to & take in the sights, the weather forecast looks good so what better excuse do you... Read more »
The 2017 Staffordshire biker booklet has arrived. It’s already been handed out at the International Classic MotorCycle Show at Stafford recently & will be appearing at the bikers breakfasts & many other events around the county or if you prefer you... Read more »
The Bikers’ Breakfast event details have been finalised for 2017 and we need to make them better than ever to keep the bikers coming along, so if you know of any organisation or company that would like to attend please... Read more »
Last one this year…..been at least 500 at each event so far…..come and join us at The Beech Inn……we we’re told this the best food at any Bikers’ Breakfast event last year (guess it will be this year too.) You... Read more »
The next Bikers’ Breakfast on Sunday 19th June at The Four Ashes on the A449 south of Stafford. Come down and have a breakfast bap and a brew from 10am to 3pm, and who’s going to be leading the competition... Read more »
Wow, what a day at The Loggerheads Bikers’ Breakfast. In 24° heat & dry weather we saw over 500 bikers on the day, all enjoying a bacon bap and a brew in the sunshine. Riders also got to obtain copies... Read more »
Thousands of bike enthusiasts from all over the country rode to biking ‘Mecca’ Matlock Bath on Sunday to protest against proposed parking charges.
Up to 4,000 bikers were thought to have made the trip to the picturesque Derbyshire Dales village, with many more spectators coming simply to witness the spectacle.
Derbyshire County Council want to impose a charge of 50 pence per hour on bikes as well as limiting the time they can use the spaces to two hours.
Protestor, John Tatton, who has been riding since 1967, said he comes to Matlock Bath from Nottingham about ten times a year on his 1300cc Honda Fury.
He said: “The shop owners are in uproar about the parking charges – they don’t want it and neither do we.
“None of the charges go back to the area anyway – it’s just a way of squeezing more money out of people.”
Another, Steve Palmer from Leicester, who comes to Matlock Bath every other Sunday, said: “There is a lot of feeling amongst the bikers for Matlock Bath but it feels like they don’t want us here.
“If the charges come in people will just bypass the village and it will take away all the life from it.”
And Paula Dyson, who runs the Ashdale Guest House on North Parade with her husband Shaun, said that while she could see the issue from both sides, she thought the bikers were an integral part of village life.
“Our son is a biker and we’ve had someone here today who has come from North Wales just for the protest.
“We moved here from Derby in January knowing it was a big biking place – it wouldn’t be the same without it.”
Read more: http://www.matlockmercury.co.uk/news/local/video-thousands-attend-matlock-bath-bikers-protest-1-7777209#ixzz42J9AUWrI
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