Thousands roar in for annual bike show

PUBLISHED: 15:39 28 June 2007 | UPDATED: 15:10 12 May 2010

BIKER POWER: One of the visitors to the annual Royston Motorcycle Club’s show and, inset, motorcycle talk.

BIKER POWER: One of the visitors to the annual Royston Motorcycle Club's show and, inset, motorcycle talk.

MORE than 3,000 people enjoyed this year s annual Royston Motorcycle Club show. The event at Meldreth Manor School, marked the show s 22nd anniversary and raised more than £11,000 for charity. Organiser Mark Conningsby said: The show was a resounding suc

CLASSIC TOUCH: Jeff Collins, right, and Tony Sewell with their Harley Davidson machines at the Royston Motorcycle Club’s annual show.

MORE than 3,000 people enjoyed this year's annual Royston Motorcycle Club show.

The event at Meldreth Manor School, marked the show's 22nd anniversary and raised more than £11,000 for charity.

Organiser Mark Conningsby said: "The show was a resounding success.

"We broke records with everything. The amount of people coming into the show, the money raised. The day ran perfectly."

MARTINE Powley from Bassingbourn and her Suzuki machine.

Some 2,700 riders attended to show to admire the machines on display and walk around the stalls of motorcycle dealers from Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire.

All the money raised will be divided between Meldreth Manor School, the East Anglia Air Ambulance and the emergency doctor's service Magpas.

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