Meet the Road Crew

We are grateful to all our Road Crew, without whom we would not have any ride outs.

We are always looking for more people to join the Road Crew, if you are interested in joining please contact Stew.

Stewart de Jong (STEW)

Stewart de Jong (STEW)

Head Road Captain

 

Rides: an Ultra Limited (and a hardtail Sportster I wish I’d never bought)

Joined the Chapter: in 2004 (with a couple of years off along the way)

Joined the Road Crew: in 2005 (also with a couple of years off along the way)

Date of Road Captain training: 2005 (and again in 2019)

Favourite road: A417 from Streatley to Cirencester

Favourite area: Elan Valley, Wales

Fun fact: My favourite movies are Wildhogs and Cliffhanger (no, really !)

 


Cyril (CY) (with an obsolete name it's no brainer)

Cyril (CY) (with an obsolete name it's no brainer)

Road Captain

Rides: a Heritage Softail 114

Joined the Chapter: in 2004

Date of Road Captain training: 2008 advanced course at Rider’s Edge & updated ride

Favourite rides: Any open road UK or Europe, USA, South Africa

Fun fact: Never regretted joining the Chapter, have been to and done things I wouldn’t have without joining. Started out not knowing anyone in the Chapter somehow was asked to become Director in 2011 for 4 years.

 


Anne Gray

Anne Gray

Road Captain

Rides: a Sportster XL1200 Low custom converted to a trike

Joined the Chapter: 2012

Date of Road Captain training: February 2018 awarded Road Captain Badge, the first trike rider to complete the course there.

Favourite areas to ride: are Scotland and Peak/Lake District, A93 Blairgowrie (Spittal of Glenshee), A939 Ballater to Grantown-on-Spey (stunning views), A357 Cat and Fiddle (beautiful views), A57 Snake Pass (beautiful views and Ladybower reservoir),  A592 Kirkstone Pass (for the challenge of single track roads and a steep climb)

Fun fact: I was hit smack on the helmet by a low flying pigeon whilst touring in Lincoln.  I was stunned, but the pigeon carried on flying!

 


Ian Binding (BOUNCE)

Ian Binding (BOUNCE)

Road Captain

Rides: a Dyna Switch Back (FLD)

Joined the Chapter: in 2012

Date of Road Captain training: 2017

Favourite road or area in GB to ride: Any with a wiggly route


Dave O’Dell

Dave O’Dell

Road Marshall

Rides: an Ultra limited

Joined the Chapter: 2018

Joined the Road Crew: 2021

Favourite road or area in GB to ride: Any dry road and I’m happy

Fun fact: it’s impossible to hum while you hold your nose 😛

 


Chris Tidball

Chris Tidball

Road Marshall

Rides: a Road King Classic

Joined the Chapter: 2010

Joined the Road Crew: 2014

Favourite road: the Fosse Way

Fun fact: Finally learned to ride in 2010 aged 65 and bought the RKC a week after passing my test.


Ian Davis (GREYWOLF)

Ian Davis (GREYWOLF)

Road Captain

Rides: a Roadking

Joined the Chapter: 2011

Joined the Road Crew: 2013

Date of Road Captain training: 2013

Favourite road: B4000 Baydon Road to Chiselden and back to Ramsbury/Marlborough and Savernake.

Favourite area: Cotswolds and North Devon coast

Fun fact: My favourite movies are Das Boot and Pulp Fiction, and favourite book is Riddle of the Sands


Paul McAnuff (MAC)

Paul McAnuff (MAC)

Road Marshall

Rides: a Sport Glide

Joined the Chapter: in 2018

Joined the Road Crew in 2019

Favourite ride: has to be the windy ones Applecross and Snake Pass

Fun fact: I am an all-Ireland Sloe Gin making champion (really!)


Bridey Dyer

Bridey Dyer

Road Captain

Rides: a Softail Standard

Joined the Chapter: in 2018

Passed Road Captain training: in March 2019

Favourite roads: have to be up in the North Pennines such as the Hartside Pass

Fun fact: my bike is called Pootle (because I pootle about on her)


Ian Ward (Bugs Bunny)

Ian Ward (Bugs Bunny)

Road Captain

Rides: Street Glide

Joined the Chapter: 12 years ago

Favourite roads: Wales or Scotland

Fun fact: Hmmmmm….I’m on Harley number 6…


Martin Fisher

Martin Fisher

Road Captain

Rides: Heritage Softail 2007 and Glide Ultra Limited 2014

Joined the Chapter: 2015

Joined the Road crew: 2017

Passed Road Captain training: in March 2019

Favourite roads: any A or B roads but like Wales

 


Steve Price (Zodiac)

Steve Price (Zodiac)

Road Captain

Rides: a new Pan America SP53HOG.

Joined the Chapter: 2005 (June)

Joined Road Crew as a Marshall: in 2008

Passed Road Captain training: in March 2010

Favourite roads: Loves any roads with less than a B designation, and of course Scotland.

Fun fact: The cost of repairing a CVO Ultra dropped on its side at 0mph is two thirds the price of a new Pan America S.

 


Dave Mabbett (Mabbs)

Dave Mabbett (Mabbs)

Road Captain

Rides: a Road King

Joined the Chapter: 2017

Passed Road Captain training: Joined the Road Crew on completion of training in March 2019

Favourite roads: are local roads around Wantage and the Berkshire Downs are great, and I enjoy any mountainous areas for the scenery.

Fun fact: I am a very sad fan of technical Lego 😉