The roar of hundreds of Harley Davidson engines will reverberate across East Yorkshire this weekend (6 July to 7 July), as enthusiasts from Yorkshire and beyond gather for their annual fundraising rally.
The highlight of the weekend will be a ride through the Yorkshire Wolds, culminating in a spectacular procession across the Humber Bridge on Sunday 7th July.
This year’s rally will raise money for the Oliver Field Appeal, and Olivers brother, four year old Sam, will sound the horn to start the ride.
Riders of any kind of bike are welcome to take part in the rally or in the bridge crossing. Rally tickets cost £25 for camping, entertainment and two ride outs.
Those just wishing to take part in the bridge crossing will pay £10, and this year, all the proceeds will go to the charity.
The bikers will leave Brantingham Park rugby club at 10.30am on Sunday and are due to meet in the Humber Bridge car park from 12pm, ready to cross between 1pm and 2pm
For more information about the rally, please ring Rob Mitchelmore on 07904 877738.
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