UPDATED: 26 February 2021
All LOBMBC events are currently cancelled
18 February 2021
The Life of Brian
When Jason meets the Haylocks
Chatting with Ray Birnie
Happy Birthday Ron
Greetings to our Life Member Ron Howes on the occasion of his 93rd birthday.
Want to Join Our Team ?
We have a unique opportunity for you to join our team with several positions immediately available for the upcoming season......
• Rear Commodore
(proposed & voted by
• Safety Officer
(proposed & voted by
our rescue crews only)
• New Driver Training
• Gate Marshals
• Pay Gate Marshals
• Rescue Crews
(full training given)
• Rescue Divers (diving
If you have any interest in these positions please message this page directly or email for further information.
Drivers: Watch out for our provisional dates for medicals, dunk tests, pre-season scrutineering etc. As soon as we know you’ll know
Rescue Crews: Again we will update you with various dates/info when we are in a position to do so.
Race Officials: The CPA approval documents are almost ready to go live, we will be in contact with you all very soon with further information about these
Ordinary Members: Our Entertainment Team will publish all of our usual social events as & when it’s possible to safely get together again.
The Management Committee are still meeting regularly behind the scenes working hard to ensure a long, stable future for our club when racing returns. In the meantime stay safe & let’s all look forward to better times very soon.
The list of LOBMBC Officers and Officials has now been updated.
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A truly amazing sunset over the Broads on Friday evening
Photo credit: Paul Coull
The Director’s and management of the club are continually working very hard behind the scenes to look at various ways to make the 2021 season happen in some shape or form! Unfortunately the ultimate answer is still out of our control but we sincerely hope to see the worldwide COVID cases continue to decline so everyone’s lives can return to normal.
From the Photo Archive
The all-American Ventnor / Lycoming inboard hydro driven by Toby Sutton.
Boatbuilder Fred Miles competing at the 1972 sportsboat national.
A former champion in the stock outboard class, Bob Nichols moved to the 500cc OC class in this East German Danisch / Konig outfit.
For nearly 20 years Andy Griffiths has made the long trip from the west country to compete on the Broad in the 2 litre class.
Jason Lark racing his Newace / Yamato hydro in the OSY.400 class.
UIM International Calendar
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