Ladies and Gents, we have planned a Ride Out for Saturday 29 September to the International Bomber Command Centre (IBCC) at Canwick Hill ( just south of Lincoln).  The Centre commemorates the sacrifice of all allied airman involved in the bomber campaign of the Second World War.  There is a memorial and gardens, exhibition centre and cafe.  You can find out more about the Centre here We plan to leave Bramley by 0930 in order to arrive by 1100 while breakfast is still being served in the cafe.  The route will take us around the south of Lincoln and past RAF Waddington.  There is an extensive gravel car park at the Centre but we should be able to use the coach parking, which is brick paved, and parking for motorcycles is free.  Entry to the centre and memorial gardens is also free but there is a fee if you want to view the exhibition.  We’ve allowed an hour and a half stopover for you to get brekkie and to explore the Centre.  Those who wish can disperse from that point, otherwise the route back takes us through Woodhall Spa, along the Horncastle to Caistor Road and then east to Gainsborough.  There are a number of places for coffee and cakes along the final leg into Gainsborough.  All members are welcome to attend, associates will need to encourage their observers to come along as well.  In the event of a big turnout, Ian Cardwell will lead the main group of green badge holders and I will lead the group of observers and associates.  If you wish to proceed independently and meet us at the Centre, the satnav routes will be published on our Facebook page.RAM Ride 29 Sep 18 IBCC  As you probably know this is the RAF’s centenary year and September is the month we remember the Battle of Britain, a good time to visit the IBCC.