Peter Vasey, working closely with Addenbrooke's Charitable Trust (ACT), is organising another Christmas Toy Run.
The event will see around 200 motorcyclists set off at 10am from La Pergola on the A603 at Harlton, before progressing under police escort to Downing Street in Cambridge where they will stop to pick up presents from shoppers.
They will then continue on to their final destination of Addenbrooke's outpatients where they will be met a choir, patients, and Cambridge Mayor Gerri Bird.
Peter added: "This is very much an open public event – as long as you've got a bike and are prepared to bring a gift you can come along. It's a very fun thing to see and it's the first year we have gone through town".
The Cambridge Bikers Toy Run will take place on Sunday, December 21 and those wishing to take part must be at La Pergola no later than 9.45am for a briefing.
The recent resurgence of interest in the Royal Enfield brand has generated a steady stream of enquiries for Royal Enfield (Redditch) transfers.
Replacement transfers for older models can be obtained through the REOC website at:
Herald Motor Co. launched their ‘What Makes You Herald’ competition at the Motorcycle Live exhibition in November 2014.
The competition offers entrants the chance to win a one of a kind Classic 125, featuring a bespoke fuel tank designed by tattoo artist Leigh Tilbrook of Electric Workshop, Peterborough.
The ‘What Makes You Herald’ competition encourages entrants to log onto the new look Herald Motor Co. website and answer three scenario based questions relating to Herald’s brand ethos of authenticity, integrity and attitude. The three scenarios are designed to help identify riders who share the same beliefs as Herald Motor Co. with one successful entrant receiving the customised Classic.
Herald Motor Co. Sales Manager, Michael Fish said:
“Our Classic 125 has gone from strength to strength in recent years, it’s been the foundation of Herald Motor Co.’s success, appealing to new and existing rides alike. The Classic is also very popular with custom bike builders who like to give their bikes that personalised touch”.
Marketing Manager Phil Gadsby went on to explain more about the competition:
“The ‘What Makes You Herald’ campaign is a joint effort between Herald, our network of dealerships and Leigh from Electric Workshop. Leigh has come up with a really authentic, unique design and we have customised the bike to include Doherty grips, high scrambler bars and SBS brake pads amongst other parts.
“We decided to launch the ‘What Makes you Herald’ campaign, partly, as a celebration of our recent successful rebrand but more so as a way of giving something back to the industry. One of our aims is to encourage more people to try motor biking so we wanted to offer a competition that would not only appeal to people already riding a motorbike but those that may be considering getting into biking. From a non-rider’s perspective if you are weighing up whether to become a motorbike owner and you win a brand new bike chances are you are going to learn how to ride it”!
‘What Makes You Herald’ runs from 22nd November 2014 to 01st February 2015, with entrants required to log onto www.heraldmotorcompany.com to enter.
Full Terms & Conditions can be found on the Herald Motor Co. website.
All Herald models can be viewed at Haywards of Cambridge, Herald Motorcycles dealer in Cambridgeshire.
Herald 250cc Specification:
Price: £2842 OTR
Engine: Air-cooled single-cylinder four-stroke
Power: 21bhp (16.2kW)
Torque: 14.4lb-ft (19.5Nm)
Kerb weight: 142kg
Seat height: 780mm
Tank size: 12 litres
We are now an authorised stockist for Silkolene, approved supplier to the Royal Enfield and HMC factories.
The Herald Motor Company has launched its new website at www.heraldmotorcompany.com.
"It’s easy and fun to ride, it looks retro-cool, it’s a bargain price – and it’s just crying out to be tinkered with".
The DVSA (formerly DVLA) will be implementing a new web-based MOT testing system between April and August 2015, enabling MOT testers to input vehicle test results directly onto the system using handheld tablets and laptops.
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