Season Opener Rideout Sunday March 22nd, The Mystery of…….

Edwin Drood. ... Later Drood disappears under mysterious circumstances. The story is set in Cloisterham, a lightly disguised Rochester. With Dickens' death on 9 June 1870 the novel was left unfinished. 

So my fellow bikers we’re off to Rochester to see Dickensian cobbled High Street with buildings tucked behind that inspired his novels and nods to the great author at every turn. Not only lots to see and visit; cathedral and castle are free and there’s an abundance of eateries, cafes, quirky shops so how can you not be on this ride?! 

We ride to Rochester covering an early season 40 miles, no need for comfort stop as this will give plenty of time to explore this little gem of a town and the journey will be an exploration too….. See you on the ride where all will be revealed.....

Let’s not forget to start the riding season by ensuring you have your H.O.G. patches (Meridian and C&F) proudly on display and so we can readily identify each other on our travels…. If you haven’t got one then Meet the Chapter this coming Saturday is a great opportunity to stock up.

Quiet arrival please, respect the neighbours, for Briefing 10am. Current Chapter membership card a must.

Ride Leader Bernie Cresswell, Meridian Road Captain

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