III Rivers UK

Harley Owners


Would like to you to join us on

Saturday 3rd September 2016 10.30 til 1pm

At the Bricket Wood Social Club, Oak Ave

to support the Macmillan ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ event.

There will be Harley’s to see or bring your own to show, with plenty of cakes & refreshments, all proceeds will go to the Macmillan Cancer Support. Hope to see you there !


Bowling Night

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Saturday 23rd April saw 17 members taking part in a Chapter Bowling evening.  This had been organised by Trudie (Ladies of Harley). We enjoyed two full games of bowling, snacks, drinks and a large buffet to round the night off. (You would have liked the food Al!!)  As can been seen in the photograph, many of us are sporting pink stickers which bear the word “Strike!” on them.  I think less strikes were achieved than stickers stuck on various parts of our bodies by Martyn (Director) as can be seen from the photo album of the night.P1010736 (Small)

We had two prize winners – Pete La Porte won a wooden spoon ……….. and congratulations to our King Pin Tony for getting the highest score.  Our thanks go to Trudie and Paul for organising a great evening.P1010789 (Small)


The King Pin has traded in his Harley for a Supermodel Tesco trolley!!

Ride out to Leigh-on-Sea

Sunday 3rd April saw around 22 bikes meet for a ride out to Leigh on Sea – our first proper ride out of the year. We met at Baldock Services where it was great to see many members both old and new. After the usual Road Captain talk, Al led us through the country lanes, to our destination without our usual stop at Finchingfield. We stayed in a tight group which was impressive and caught the attention of many admiring and drooling passers by. The weather was very kind to us, the sun came out and it stayed dry. The ride down was uneventful, save for one breakdown, which Martyn being the back marker assisted with. Trudie on her first group ride with her new softail breakout (a very impressive looking bike) did very well. On arrival at our destination we parked the Harleys on the front where they were admired by day trippers. A variety of takeaways were purchased and enjoyed – fish and chips, cockles and ice creams! The ride home was via Finchingfield village but unfortunately some of us got split up from the main group and so made our own way home. Thanks to Al for organising and leading a great and enjoyable ride, and to all those who came and made it a great day.Leigh on Sea

The Chapter Calendar 2016

Click here for a PDF version of the Chapter Calendar 2016
The committee have started to put together a calendar for the forthcoming riding season. As per usual this is subject to change so please keep an eye open on the Website and the Chapter magazine.  If you have any suggestions for rides please talk to Big Al the head road captain.