Twist Grip – June 2016

To our readers

Creaking into gear!

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To our readers

Welcome to the April edition of Twist Grip, April being the month when meteorological spring threatens to catch up with astronomical spring (ne'er cast a clout and all that ...). 

A word from the Chair

So, what’s new this month, apart from the obvious?

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A word from the Chair

Well, we have had a visit from our Chief Executive, Sarah Sillars, and an introduction to the roll out of the new standards which was scheduled for the beginning of April but has been delayed due to hiccups in the re-branding process, and the thinking behind all of the proposed and planned changes.

Membership renewal

A bit of an old chestnut but ...

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March is the busiest time of year for me as EDAM Membership Secretary; everyone’s EDAM membership is due for renewal on the 2nd March of each year and we also get a lot of new Associates joining, most as a result of the Scottish Bike Show.

Sarah Sillars to visit Scotland

The IAM's CEO is to visit Tayside on the 2nd May

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Sarah Sillars, the head of IAM, will be coming to Tayside on 2nd May to attend an event at the Inchture Hotel, Main Street, Inchture, PH14 9RN, 7:30pm onwards.

I would encourage you to attend if at all possible so that we can show Sarah our wonderful Scottish hospitality.

Our Four Riding Positions

In the perfect world (and on the open road)

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In this article, Jeff Glen sets out four core riding positions, both in principle and in practice.

A double whammy IAM weekend

Fiona Robertson reports on a noteworthy weekend

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It started off with the Spring Forum meeting in Stirling. Spring had arrived, the sun was shining, the sky blue, which was a bit of a scunner, considering we all had to go to a meeting!  At least I got the chance to ride Smoggy in decent temperature for a change.