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This article was published on July 1st, 2019
Yesterday Thorneycroft Solicitors held their first Ride 2 Arrive event, a motorbike safety day at Swains Centre, Buxton. We were fortunate enough to be joined by a number of motorbike safety organisations and motorbike groups from the local area and national bodies. The stand holders present included:
You can see some of the highlights of the day below.
Throughout the day, a good crowd were able to enjoy a number of informative demonstrations as well as great conversations relating to motorbike road safety awareness and free legal clinics hosted by Thorneycroft. There was also a chance for individuals to get on a motorbike.
High Peak Radio broadcast from the event for 3 hours, interviewing members of the Thorneycroft team and a number of exhibitors and motorbike enthusiasts. We were also joined by Belle Vue Speedway’s Chase the Ace who kept everyone entertained and some of the Belle Vue Colt Racers showed off their Bikes.
With our charity raffle and cake sale we managed to raise £200 for Derbyshire Blood Bikes and £200 for the Armed Forces Bikers! Thank you to everyone who contributed to this, especially Pizza – Ere who donated £1 for every pizza they sold.
Mary Lomas, the organiser of the event from our Catastrophic injury team, commented, “A massive thank you to all of the stand holders, attendees and everyone who helped out during what was a very busy day. Each of you contributed to the success of our first Ride 2 Arrive event and we look forward to hosting similar events in the future”.
If anyone has any suggestions on how we can improve the event next year, please contact Mary Lomas- [email protected]
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