P&H Motorcycles will be running a unique ride-out to Brighton on 24 August 2014 (3pm) especially aimed at 125cc bikes and new riders (but all riders welcome). With goody bags from KTM, Honda and a special prize draw for VIP hospitality for two at Brands Hatch British Superbikes, there’s lots on offer!
KTM UK have lent the dealership ten new RC125 machines, among the first on the road of this exciting new learner legal sports bike to lead the ride making for a bright orange spectacle. The riders will take in a fun, rural route on the Help 4 Harry fun ride, with proceeds going towards the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign and IIH UK(Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension).
The charities are very close to the heart of P&H as staff and friends of the dealership suffer from these two illnesses. The Help 4 Harry Fund was set up by Sue and Tom Barnley for their son Harry, who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy, to raise vital funds for the charity.
A small registration fee of just £10 gets the fundraising started and all riders receive an event pack, goody bags and a chance to win a host of exciting prizes including two full VIP hospitality passes to the final BSB race at Brands Hatch plus a KTM kit bag! KTM will also be in attendance with their display unit, new bikes and staff will be on hand for information.
Register here and join the P&H team on a ride out to remember! www.muscular-dystrophy.org/harrysrideout
P&H Motorcycles owner Paul Searle said “It’s exciting to be putting on an event that’s geared up for the small bike rider, a group that’s often overlooked. We have some great roads on the way down to Brighton which I’m sure they will really enjoy and its nice for them to be involved.
Donating to charity is one thing but putting on an event that may make a difference to a charities awareness is something else, especially as we are directly affected by them here in the dealership.
And finally, thanks to KTM for supplying these fantastic RC125 machines, they should make quite a spectacle all together!”MoreBikes delivered through your letterbox every month. 12 issues for £15. Click here for more information.