A children’s hospice is calling on bikers to join them on their annual charity Motorbike Run to help children and young adults with progressive life limiting illnesses.
The run, in aid of St Andrew’s Children’s Hospice, will take place on Sunday September 1.
Setting off from Willingham Woods, near Market Rasen, at 12 noon bikers will head towards the first stop at the Durham Ox, Thimbleby before heading off to the Welcome Inn at Skegness.
From Skegness bikers will then travel to the final stop at the Royal Oak in Little Cawthorpe near Louth.
There will be a barbecue, a raffle and the opportunity to bid on a pair of VIP Superbike tickets.
Riders can join the run at the start or at any of the stop-off points on the route and organisers stress that all makes, models and engine sizes are welcome.
Entry to the run is £5 per bike and is payable on the day.
Main organiser of the event, Michael Lee of the Louth Friends of St Andrew’s Children’s Hospice Group said: “This will be the 12th motorbike run and we are hoping that it will be well supported, and maybe even the biggest so far.
“It would be great if we could have 500 bikes out there.”