Author: Erica Gassor

The HOC Oxford AGM with election of Committee

ABRIDGED M I N U T ES of the HOC OXFORD BRANCH AGM Tuesday 3rd Nov 2015                                                                                       (28

Fun and antics with Aunt Sally!

    After a cloudy day weather wise, the evening drew in very quickly but it didn’t stop the happy Oxford Hoc’ers and two loyal members from the Wiltshire Branch trotting into the garden at The Vine for the annual Aunt

Fun and frolicks at the Oxford Rally!

Hi all, As a group we organise a local rally weekend every year. This year we were at the Gate Hangs High at Hook Norton. We had a camping field for all  of us that are hardy folk and up

meeting up

Off to the Isle of Wight!

A quick ride down from Peartree, with a stop en route at Tothill to pick up the Newbury contingent, saw 9 of the HOC Oxford family arrive at the Southampton Ferry Terminal for the 11 am sailing to the Isle

Trains, Planes and a Prison Meal! Our 2015 Poker Run in aid of our charity of the year PAT

Arriving at the H Cafe in brilliant sunshine, humming the old Dionne Warwick song ‘Trains and Boats and Planes’, I realised that it was ‘prison’ and not ‘boats’ that were included. However the intriguing title didn’t put folk off as

Spoilt for choice!

With the weather forecast looking good, members of Oxford HOC were spoilt for choice with two ride out’s to choose from.  On Saturday there was a great 90 mile circular ride (the Charlbury TT) with a stop at The Diner

HOC Oxford Ride the County!

Thirteen of us met up at The H Cafe, including one new member and a possible new recruit, in glorious  weather to take part in the Ride the County charity event in aid of the Oxon/Bucks/Berks Air Ambulance.  The idea


Scheduled to be at the Great Haddenham Fire Station by 7.30pm for the start of the Oxford HOC Biker Down Training, some of the 12 attendees scuttled in 10-15 minutes late due to the heavy traffic and road closures on

HOC fun at Oliver’s Mount!

‘Where has the nice warm weather gone’? I thought to myself as I set off in the rain to meet up with Paul, Greg & Carol at Warwick Services, for our ride up to Scarborough to see our Steve Moody (Dilligaf)