Welcome to April’s Progress. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to strong-arm any Associates into being interviewed this month. However, fifteen new Associates have joined in the last full month so but look out, I’ll be at a Tatsfield or Bansted before long. On a serious note I hope that all new members of the group enjoy Progress and please let me know if there is any area you would like to see covered in its pages. Please make use of the comment facility as this is a good way of both giving feedback on the articles and interacting with other members.
This month, mindful of the proposed further extension of the London ULEZ we have a special guest article from fellow Morini Riders Club member and Brixton boy Tony White. The ULEZ makes it expensive for anyone living within it or needing to travel into or through it to use a bike unless it is an historic vehicle – forty years or more old and registered as such, or otherwise at least Euro 3 compliant. This puts major obstacles in the way of owning one of the bikes produced over around twenty five years. But if you live in or near the zone and hanker after a Hinkley Triumph or any bike from the eighties and nineties read Tony’s article - there’s probably a way forward.
John McNally, Editor.
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