When is the AGA man not the AGA man? Answer = never, although I’m not complaining! There was no AGA involvement at Umberleigh and this was a day out to enjoy the end of season party atmosphere, chat (lots), take photos, and yes, enjoy a drink or two. All of that was achieved and we […]Read More National champions are saluted at Umberleigh, and the AGA man goes glamping!
The AGA All Comers championship reached the halfway stage on Saturday (28th March) at Larkhill. It was what you would call typical Larkhill weather (cold), but the welcome was as warm as ever and there was another landmark for the AGA sponsorship as we sponsored our first ever Mens Open race.Read More The AGA All Comers championship is too close to call as we reach the halfway stage
Five minutes after arriving I was scurrying back to the car to retrieve my sunglasses and my brand new selfie stick! Those who know me well will be aware that I rarely miss an opportunity for a selfie (or a piece of cake, Heather), but this particular selfie wasn’t my idea…Read More Sunglasses required on a glorious day at Larkhill as Sarah Dawson increases her lead in the AGA All Comers championship
The AGA series has had a flying start so losing Horseheath was a real blow, and it left us looking at a weekend without an AGA ladies open race. That was not an option so a replacement was sought and an additional fixture in the Devon & Cornwall area was added, with the Mid Devon at […]Read More Leanda Tickle is the latest new name on the AGA championship leader board as the sun shines at Black Forest Lodge