Organised in association with MAC Tools, dates for the 2015 BEN Motorcycle Rally have been announced. For a long weekend with a difference, Saturday May 23rd to Bank Holiday Monday 25th is a must for all lovers of the open road. Teams will set out from Town Thorns Care centre near Rugby, owned and operated by the automotive industry charity BEN, for a four-stage ride to the Grampian Mountains in Scotland and the highest peak in the British Isles – Ben Nevis.
The route, which also takes in Shap Fell in Cumbria, will be split into four stages with each stage presenting unique ‘challenges’ for entrants to complete along the way. Amongst some fun awards at the final night celebratory dinner, the overall winners of the challenge series will receive a special prize.
MAC Tools, established in the UK since 1990, is a popular choice for mechanics all over the country. As a long standing supporter of the charity, BEN is delighted to be able to draw on the support of MAC Tools for the Motorcycle Rally.
Entry fee is £225 per bike with one rider and covers breakfast, lunch, dinner and accommodation on both Saturday and Sunday and breakfast on the Monday. No minimum sponsorship is required, just raise as much as possible for BEN.
Bekki Chandler, Challenge Events Co-ordinator for BEN, said: “I’m delighted to announce the dates and new format for the BEN Motorcycle Rally and take this opportunity to thank MAC Tools for their invaluable support. The Rally has always proven to be hugely popular in the past and, with the new added challenges, I expect that it will be even more successful next year.”
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