Our May Club Meeting was
Sunday, 30 May at 2PM at "The Old Bike Shop"
1740 Empire Central,
For our May meeting members first gathered at Rick Fairless' Strokers Dallas for lunch.
There was a good turnout despite the rather warm weather. From Strokers there was a group ride to The Old Bike Shop for the actual meeting which was just 3 miles away.
The owner of The Old Bike Shop opened up their small but amazing museum for our members. Club president Chris Parry started the meeting a couple of minutes early because of the heat and in order to get to the Brit Bike Burnup at Hollywood 5&Dime before it got too late.
Chris mentioned that while at Strokers he had an opportunity to meet with the owner, Rick Fairless. Rick not only agreed to host our June club meeting he said he would stage an antique British Bike Show
for that entire Sunday afternoon. He said he would advertise it on his radio spot and maybe even get the TV crew for his upcoming reality show to come and film it.
Dean Baker announced that he is moving to the Pacific Northwest to fly out of Delta's Seattle pilot base as an international 767 captain. Dean has decided to reduce what must be moved and will have an
exclusive garage sale for NTNOA members on Monday, Memorial Day.
Chris pointed out that Dean has been a key member of the club and was a past club president and newsletter editor for many years. He was instrumental while serving as the president in getting the much
needed club by-laws revised.
Phil Dansby reported that Herb Harris has verbally accepted to be our Lake O' the Pines Grand Marshal this year. We still need to send him the official letter signed by the Chris and Richard Asprey, the
The Rallye t-shirt design is almost finished. The next step is to decide on what brand and style of t-shirt to order and how many in various sizes.
At the close of the meeting members suited up and rode to the Brit Bike Burnup.
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