Local motorcycle club raises money to help charity Bike Active

Charity motorbike run from Barrack Square, Martlesham Heath. Picture: SEANA HUGHES

Charity motorbike run from Barrack Square, Martlesham Heath. Picture: SEANA HUGHES

The Triangle Ipswich Motorcycle club held a 50 mile charity bike run to raise money for Bike Active, a charity that specialises in providing cycling for adults with a wide range of disabilities.

The yearly charity run took place on July 30 and had 70 motorcyclists complete the 50 mile route.

The run raised just under £400 for Bike Active – a charity that works hard to offer a thrilling cycling experience with their adapted bikes.

To find out more about the charity visit their site here.

The route started at Barrack Square in Martlesham, and ran through Little Bealings, Wickham Market, Framlingham and ended at Ipswich School Sports Centre.

Graham Bryant, charity officer for The Triangle Ipswich Motorcycle club, spoke on behalf of the club.

He said: “We are grateful to the Martlesham Heath Business Park management and tenants for allowing the use of Barrack Square and for the hospitality of Ipswich School Sports Centre.”

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