Riders in the UK are being asked to prove that motorcycling is in their blood by joining a charity ride from Birmingham to Burton-on-Trent.
The charity ride, named the BONE-shaker MARROW-thon, is being held on March 2nd in order to raise money for Cure Leukaemia, Anthony Nolan and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham.
The ride is being organised by Burton Mail journalist and bike enthusiast Stephan Sinfield after his wife, Katherine, was diagnosed with Leukaemia last year.
The 35 mile BONE-shaker MARROW-thon will start at Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital before going past the Queen’s Hospital in Burton-on-Trent (the two hospitals responsible for Katherine’s care) and finishing at the Pirelli Stadium in Burton-on-Trent where a family funday will be held.
Bikers who wish to join the ride are asked to make a £5 donation to the cause, payable by PayPal.
Event details: meet at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham. Car Park A (roof top) Postcode: B15 2WB. 9.30am meet for prompt 10am departure. Rider donation can be paid on the day or in advance via PayPal at www.katherines-story.com. Pre-ride refreshments will be available at BLD Motorcycle Centre, (Demuth Way, Oldbury B69 4LT). Route = 35 miles.
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