May '21 Round-Up

May saw members of RoSPA Advanced Drivers and Riders East Yorkshire (E-YARD) being able to enjoy the next stage of the Covid lock-down restrictions being lifted as the nights got shorter and longer evening returned.

Now able to meet in groups of six outdoors (since mid-April) real social riding and training was possible again.

Our Tutors had all been requalified under a programme that saw one-to-one QA's (Quality Assuring) over the March to April lifting of restrictions.

A Coddiwomple on Sunday 9th May to the Yorkshire Cycle Hub attended by 8 members.

Later the same week the inaugural TNT took place - Thursday Night Thrash, a feature that will continue every Thursday night through to October.

Recently qualfied Group Tutor, Paul Morton was out regularly through the month, at every opportunity really, Tutoring his associates, Adam Meekin and Julian Burton. At this rate he'll be taking Rosie's crown from her for most prolific Tutor!

Talking of Rosie, she was very busy doing initial assessments on our new members, as well as tutor duties with her associates.

Also, along with Ian Streets, Rosie represented E-YARD at the first Humberside Police BikeSafe event, held on Saturday 15 May from the new venue at Police Ops Complex in Melton.

Ian also was busy with other associates, bringing new members up to speed as well as training new tutors in their role.

The Saturday Coddiwomple was a smaller group, which was led by Ian Streets.

Destination was Brymors Ice Cream parlour, via Beadlams for lunch.