Bikers’ charity ride

Legendary Grand Prix motorcycle road racer Ron Haslam will be visiting Bike4Life 2019 at RAF Cosford on Sunday 28 April, in aid of Midlands Air Ambulance Charity.

He’ll be joining long-time supporters former World Superbike champion and racing legend Carl Fogarty, and motorcycle and truck racing legend Steve Parrish in supporting the annual event. The Bike4Life Ride Out and Festival is one of the biggest biker events in the country, attracting nearly 10,000 bikers. The ride starts from Meole Brace in Shrewsbury, and covers a 23-mile route to RAF Cosford, home to the Bike4Life Festival.

Ron says, “I’m really looking forward to my first Bike4Life. It’s such a fantastic event for a brilliant cause, and I can’t wait to meet the 10,000 bikers at the festival – it looks like it’s going to be a fantastic day!”

As well as the many stands at the Festival, local bands the Delray Rockets, Wizards of Oz and Soul Stripper will all be entertaining crowds throughout the day. Visit bike4lifefest.com and follow Bike4Life on social media to keep up to date with the day’s planned events.

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