We will head for a tea/coffee stop at Little Chef, Chippenham before heading out across Salisbury Plain to the museum at Middle Wallop. There is a cafe on site that does meals, the plan is to be here for two or two and a half hours before heading back. There will be a stop on the return leg.
Finishing at Horse Café at Staverton Airport at approx 17.00-17.30.
Overall distance approx 185 miles.
The Museum of Army Flying is home to a unique collection of military aviation history, one of both international and national importance. Glimpse of “soldiers in the air” and life on the Home Front. A selection of historic fixed wing and rotary wing aircraft, detailed dioramas, artefacts, trophies and models which serve as a profound and inspiring tribute to the Army and their machines. There are a range of interesting and engaging activities including simulators. Situated right alongside the Army Air Corps’ busy working airfield at Middle Wallop; visitors can often enjoy watching the Army Air Corps training in their impressive Apache and Lynx helicopters.
Your ride leader will be James Fisher. He has been riding for many years and passed his advanced motorcycle test. There is no expectation of riding levels and all are welcome and the ride will be catered to all where possible. Route details for Garmin are available, if you’d like a copy please include this in your email.
Don't forget your camera and a FULL TANK OF FUEL!!
If you would like to join us, please email: email@example.com as soon as.