Road2Recovery Charity Rideout

 

 

 

Many thanks to everyone who helped make our 6th Annual Rideout a success despite the unusual restrictions we had to adhere to this year. Big thanks to Jane at Wistow Cafe Bistro for allowing us to meet and provide breakfast in a safe environment, John at Bowlers Hog Roast for his usual fantastic food, Martin at Eye Kettleby Lakes for allowing us to use the beautiful setting by the lakes, Pete for looking after the bikers on the rideout and not forgetting the 96 bikers who not only took part but most importantly, adhered to the Covid19 rules that we had in place that enabled us to go ahead with this event and keep everyone safe.

Again, the weather was very kind to us and we received fantastic feedback from everyone taking part and we managed to raise over £1200 for the Nicholls Spinal Injury Foundation.

Thanks again to everyone involved and hopefully see you all again next year.

Sunday 6th September 2020 sees our

6th Road2Recovery Charity Rideout.

 

Following such positive feedback from last year we will again be starting our rideout from Wistow Rural Centre (LE8 0QF) where breakfast will be served by Jane and her great staff at the Wistow Cafe Bistro. Our journey will take us through Market Harborough, Rockingham, Uppingham, Oakham and Melton Mowbray before arriving at the wonderful setting at Eye Kettleby Lakes.

At Eye Kettleby Lakes we will have food and drinks available including a fantastic Hog Roast.

We will leave from Wistow Rural Centre at 11am and will arrive at Eye Kettleby Lakes around 1pm.

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Everyone is welcome to join us at Eye Kettleby Lakes to see the motorbikes arriving and enjoy the hog roast.

Due to Covid19 regulations we can only accept pre-entries for this year's rideout to minimise queuing, cash handling and help social distancing compliance. Thank you for your co-operation and should the event not be allowed to go ahead then all donations will be refunded.

PLEASE CLICK BELOW TO PRE REGISTER - DONATION IS PER PERSON

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