YOUNG RIDER - R U up 4 it?

Supported by Martin Surl - Gloucestershire Police and Crime Commissioner.

Attracting young riders to the club has always been a challenge but we seek to have a diverse membership where all ages, gender and ethnic backgrounds are welcome. (And all types of Bikes!)

We have been awarded a grant by the Gloucestershire Constabulary Police and Crime Commissioner to be used to subsidise the cost of the IAM Advanced Rider Course for younger riders. The cost of the course is normally £149 but at CCAM, for younger riders holding at least an A2 licence, we are able to offer substantial discounts.

If you are under 30, it may even be offerred at no cost - subject to eligibility. Discount may be available up to age 40. This is a limited offer which is also subsidised by both IAM Roadsmart and ourselves. If you or anyone you know might be interested, please contact us at for further information.

April 2018.....
First club tour of the year. 28 C-Camers travelled to Newcastle Emlyn for a long weekend.  Despite usual Welsh weather, great rides to Snowdonia, St Davids, The Brecons and Mid Wales.

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June 2018.....

New National Observer for CCAM
Congratulations to KAY WADWELL (pictured below)who has gone from strength to strength as an IAM Observer for CCAM.
Kay first qualified as a Local Observer (LO) in October 2017 and has now progressed to the next level by now gaining the IMI accredited IAM National Observer (NO) qualification. A great personal achievement and asset to the club.

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August 2018.....

Congratulations to John Serenyi on his Advanced Test pass. Thanks go to Andy Woodward who was his Observer.

Congratulations also to Rob Cant. Thanks go to his Observers, Rob Yates and Tim Hutt.

Congratulations to Tim Cannock. Thanks go to his Observer - our Chief Observer John James.

News for Truimph owners: All Triumph staff, riders, owners and dealers can benefit from a £40 saving on our Advanced Rider Course. Folow this link for details:-