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With over 900 members, we encourage better biking through advanced training, and becoming part of a great club.

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Serious riding made fun. From beaten track to grand tour. TVAM. Better Biking.

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Just to add my tuppence and to join in with everyone’s enthusiastic applause … wonderful … and I never imagined that the second 7Ws could ever equal the first … but guess what. Tyres beginning to round off nicely with all those incredible curves… must go back and get some photos at some point 😉 just so I can show friends and family what I have been gibbering about for 24 hours. Many thanks to all the event organisers and their helpers … and also so very much to all the friendly people who shared a wonderful weekend.

Very valuable course – I’m already navigating roundabouts with greater confidence and (hopefully) ability and not afraid of having my pegs hit the tarmac on the odd occasion.    
Kathy DrogemullerLook Lean & Roll

At risk of sounding tediously repetitive, many thanks to all those involved who made this a great weekend. However, unlike Simon’s memorable dressing down on the first night – “you know who you are, you know what you did, enough said, don’t do it again” – I do ask for all our sakes that you DO please do it again because in my view the 7Ws weekends encapsulate all that is good at TVAM.

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