On Wednesday 1st January 2020 Breffni Vintage Club held our traditional New Year’s Day run organised by Dennis Wright.
We had a large turnout of cars and bikes in ideal weather conditions with participants from north south east and west. The meeting point was Trichia’s mini market in Milltown and the club is most grateful for the hospitality and refreshments.
We wish all our members a happy and healthy new year. Many thanks to Ryan McMahon Lynch for kindly allowing us to use his photos from the event.
Breffni Vintage Club would like to wish all their members and friends a very happy and healthy new year and safe motoring throughout the year.
The club had their first run of the year on the first day of the year, how much more efficient than that can you get!
With ideal weather conditions a larger than usual group of motor bikes and cars assembled at Trisha’s Mini Market in Milltown Co. Cavan, where everyone was treated to scones and tea or coffee all under the watchful eye of Denis Wright. It was great to see Denis back in full flight after his recent surgery.
At the appointed hour of twelve midday Peter Reilly led the convoy off to Killeshandra, Crossdoney and Ballinagh before returning to Cavan town for more refreshments.
The club is indebted to Trisha’s mini market and Denis Wright for their efforts on our behalf.
This outing was originally for motorbikes but over the years has morphed into a very popular outing open to all vehicles. Congratulations to everybody involved.
The now annual new years day motor cycle run organised by Denis and Anne Wright was organised with the usual efficiency that we have come to expect from them. Denis had a new menu this year which even included boxty so everybody was well fortified for the trip and the weather was passable.
Around eighteen vehicles took part on the usual circuit taking in Killeshandra, Crossdoney, Ballinagh and Cavan. Heads were quickly cleared after the new year celebrations.
A get together at a filling station in Cavan gave a great chance for everybody to have a “natter and a cupa ” Well done to every body concerned as it gets the new year off to a great start.