GALLERY AND VIDEO: Bikers rev up for charity
THOUSANDS of bikers got into gear for a fundraising rally in Meldreth last week.
The 27th Royston & District Motorcycle Club Charity Show was held at the Meldreth Manor School, and raised over �12,000 for the Scope school, the East Anglian Air Ambulance and SERV Blood Runners.
More than 2,500 people turned up to the event and in excess of 2,000 bikes were on show.
Mark Coningsby, press officer for the club, said: “It was absolutely fantastic.
“We didn’t have as many people as in 2010 when it was especially warm but we had more bikers turn up.
You may also want to watch:
“They say in times of economic uncertainty people turn to motorcycles and we definitely had more bikes there.”
It was the 27th show the club has held and over 25 traders set up shop including Absolute Rider Training from Royston, Camrider of Cambridge, BMW Of Sawbridgeworth, Ducati of Bedford, Hideout Leathers and Harley Davidson.
- 1 Road closed after 'serious' crash on A10
- 2 'FOI request refusal leaves residents in darkness'
- 3 When will bins be collected in North Hertfordshire again?
- 4 County council ploughs £3.4m into farm deal
- 5 More Royston GP surgeries begin to give COVID-19 vaccinations
- 6 Dad's emotional tribute after baby son dies in A10 horror crash
- 7 I will not stop fighting for our chalk streams, says South Cambs MP
- 8 Olly Murs looking forward to touring again
- 9 Trial date changed for killer of children's author accused of wife's murder
- 10 Rapid community COVID-19 testing launches in Hertfordshire