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General => The Star and Garter => Topic started by: chrisday59 on 30 April, 2022, 20:26:44

Title: Northern Ireland members
Post by: chrisday59 on 30 April, 2022, 20:26:44
Hi, new member here, finally got my wish of owning a BSA. Only took 45 years.....
So now the proud owner of a B44, in lovely nick, but with enough small jobs to keep me going for a while.

I received my membership pack today (thanks Rob & Diane), and I notice there isn't a branch in Northern Ireland. Are there many members over here? I'm near Trillick.

Chris
Title: Re: Northern Ireland members
Post by: DAVE BRADY on 01 May, 2022, 07:29:34
Hi Chris,

Welcome to BSA ownership and to the BSAOC.  There have been a few posts from members in NI and Ireland so hopefully they will see your post and respond.  Another way is to put a message in The Star and see what response there is.

Dave.
Title: Re: Northern Ireland members
Post by: Janner Fox on 01 May, 2022, 21:34:09
Hi Chris,

Welcome to the club, I am a member living down in Tralee. Also I am involved with the Royal Enfielder's Ireland who have afew camps and meet ups that members of the BSAOC are welcome to attend.

If You want to PM me I will send you my number.
Regards
Janner.
Title: Re: Northern Ireland members
Post by: B Murphy on 02 May, 2022, 11:24:02
Hi Chris

You'll enjoy your BSA riding around country roads with a smile on your face  :)

BobM
Title: Re: Northern Ireland members
Post by: chrisday59 on 03 May, 2022, 01:03:09
Hi Chris,

Welcome to the club, I am a member living down in Tralee. Also I am involved with the Royal Enfielder's Ireland who have afew camps and meet ups that members of the BSAOC are welcome to attend.

If You want to PM me I will send you my number.
Regards
Janner.
Hi Janner, lovely part of the country down there in Co Kerry - a few years back (while I was still living back in England) a few of us came over for a lightning tour down the WAW, taking in Dingle & the Ring of Kerry before heading back through Waterford & Dublin. Absolutely spectacular. Think I'd need to trailer the BSA down there, it's over 200 miles, but my OH wouldn't need an excuse to ride down that way again
Title: Re: Northern Ireland members
Post by: Dean Southall on 03 May, 2022, 17:20:39
I'm planning to take in Tralee and Dingle during my end-to-end run later in the year. I'll be on a BSA.
Dingle was our regular holiday destination a few years ago. 
Title: Re: Northern Ireland members
Post by: Janner Fox on 04 May, 2022, 22:48:43
Sounds good Dean and Chris, if down this way would be a pleasure to meet up.
Title: Re: Northern Ireland members
Post by: GLENN on 06 May, 2022, 14:41:29
Hi Chris,

I'm also from N.I - near Cookstown

All the best,

Glenn
Title: Re: Northern Ireland members
Post by: MCCALLION on 07 May, 2022, 21:35:32
Ballymena
Title: Re: Northern Ireland members
Post by: chrisday59 on 09 May, 2022, 05:15:54
Hi Chris,

I'm also from N.I - near Cookstown

All the best,

Glenn
Hi Glenn, we were over in Cookstown a couple of weeks back. Our first return to the Cookstown 100 since Covid, managed to attend (and show the BSA) at the static display on Thursday night, then practice on Friday and race day on Saturday. Fantastic event.

We should meet up, it's only about 45 minutes. McCallion, you're probably even closer to Cookstown than that?
Title: Re: Northern Ireland members
Post by: MCCALLION on 11 May, 2022, 18:34:33
Hi Chris,

I'm also from N.I - near Cookstown

All the best,

Glenn
Hi Glenn, we were over in Cookstown a couple of weeks back. Our first return to the Cookstown 100 since Covid, managed to attend (and show the BSA) at the static display on Thursday night, then practice on Friday and race day on Saturday. Fantastic event.

We should meet up, it's only about 45 minutes. McCallion, you're probably even closer to Cookstown than that?

something similar - maybe a bit less but poor roads.