Hundreds of motorcyclists set to meet in Deeside ahead of Hospices’ third charity Rideout
Hundreds of motorcyclists are set to take part in the third Hospice of the Good Shepherd Rideout next Sunday.
The Rideout aims to bring together motorcycling enthusiasts from all walks of life while raising funds and awareness for the hospice.
Event organisers have said between 300 and 500 bikers will take part in the 80-mile charity ride in support of the hospice which helps families in Deeside and West Cheshire with specialist palliative care.
The Rideout is set to kick off at 10.30am on Sunday, 14 May from the Amantola Restaurant in Garden City, Deeside.
Riders will then travel together to the mid-point stop, Llyn Brenig Reservoir, located in the picturesque heart of Denbigh Moor.
Here, lunch will be served and participants can mingle, chat, and admire the various bikes on display.
After the lunch stop, bikers will continue their journey back to the Hospice of the Good Shepherd, where the event will culminate with the drawing of the raffle.
For a registration fee of £12.50, each rider will receive entrance to the rideout, with bike and standing marshals on hand, lunch and a drink at Llyn Brenig Reservoir, a raffle ticket, and a commemorative souvenir pin badge.
The Hospice Rideout is more than just a leisurely ride through the countryside.
It’s an opportunity for the biking community to come together, share their passion for motorcycling, and make a meaningful difference in the lives of those supported by the Hospice of the Good Shepherd.
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