Bikers get revved up at record-breaking show
�14,000 raised for charity
MORE than 3,000 bikers rode into town for a club’s 25th anniversary show.
Royston and District Motorcycle Club (RDMCC) held its annual showcase last Wednesday, and 3,200 visitors made their way to Meldreth Equestrian Centre for the event.
Show co-ordinator Steve Coningsby said: “We had the best ever turn out for a show.
“The conditions were spot on, with dry days leading up to the show and bright sunshine throughout the day. The whole show is about the bikes.”
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The bikers helped to raise about �14,000, breaking previous records.
All money raised will be divided between charities including the East Anglian Air Ambulance and SCOPE, the organisation which runs Meldreth Manor School.
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Mr Coningsby added: “We couldn’t run the show without the support of our club members, Charlie and the staff from Meldreth Equestrian Centre, and the Manor school staff. Each year they do a brilliant job, and next year we will do it all again.”
For more information on the club, visit www.roystonmotorcycleclub.co.uk