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Ride Out 2022

What a Ride Out and Meet Up!

We floated the idea of meeting up with our subscribers for a bit of a ride out in Cornwall and the resounding answer was YES!

We were shocked that people want to meet us and that got us thinking that we could show people some of the delights in Cornwall and take people to see some amazing roads.

We were amazed that so many people came to see us and enjoy the roads of Cornwall in Mark’s unique route!

Thank you to everyone that came as well and supported us.

Thanks also to Damerells Motorcycles for hosting the venue, Chapter 1 Diner for catering for us all and to Innovv, Techalogic, Calimoto and Damerells Motorcycles for donating such great prizes that were done in the raffle!

The Route We Took

RiderCamTV RideOut 2022

The route was a fabulous mixture of small lanes, open roads and picturesque views!

When was it?

Saturday 20th August 2022 – 

Start & Finish:

Damerells Motorcycles,
Lodge Way,
St Column,
Cornwall, TR9 6TF

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We are proud to have been supported by Damerells Motorcycles, who offered a generous 10% off any full price, in stock clothing or accessories for those attending.

Chapter 1 Diner at Damerells

The ride out was also supported by the talented people at Chapter 1 Diner which is a fabulous diner on site at Damerells Motorcycles who kept is fed and watered.


We had so much that we gave away, from premium access to the Calimoto navigation app, to cameras, T-Shirts, caps, Datatools as well as gift sets from Royal Enfield and lots lots more! Thank you so much for those of you who donated prizes to have been won!

What's next?

Well, to say that we were both blown away with the amount of people that came to see us is an understatement.  We had such a great day sharing a fabulous route with lots of people and meeting so many lovely people.

Some people came from as far as Liverpool and Kent, so thanks for taking the time to come and join us!

We are starting to think of putting something on for next year, so watch this space!

We used the drop off system too!

On the ride we will use the drop off system.  This is a method for ensuring that all turns are marked so everyone gets where the group is going, even if they don’t know the way. The system allows everyone to ride within their own abilities with no pressure to ‘Catch Up’.

Riders don’t need to keep the rider ahead in view, riders don’t need to contravene any road signs or legislation, and don’t need to exceed speed limits as there will always be someone waiting to point the way.

We will have a Ride Leader at the front and a ‘Tail End Charlie’ at the bank of the ride.

Once we set off, everyone follows the leader.  The basic rule is that the route is ‘straight ahead’ at roundabouts and junctions. If at any point the route deviates from straight ahead, i.e. a turn off or uncertainty at a roundabout or the group has split up for whatever reason, the rider immediately behind the Leader stops to mark the way at the junction in a place prominent to the following riders. This must be a safe place which does not confuse or inconvenience other road users. The choice of position will usually be guided by the Leader who will be experienced in choosing suitable places.

Once stopped, the second rider waits until everyone except the Tail End Charlie passes them before setting off. If road and traffic conditions permit, the second rider should re-join the group in front of the Tail End Charlie. If not, the second rider allows the Tail End Charlie to pass safely before setting off; he/ she then catches up with and overtakes the Tail End Charlie to reform the group.

It’s a great system and works really well, but don’t worry if you haven’t ridden with this system before as we will explain it all before we head off!

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