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Bike 4 Life goes for record show

Bike 4 Life aims to beat last year’s attendance of 5000 bikers when it returns to RAF Museum Cosford, Shropshire, on Sunday 27 April. The free event is organised by the main players in biker safety in the area, namely West Mercia Police and Safer Roads partnership, together with the RAF Museum and Midlands Air Ambulance charities.
Last year over £7000 was raised for the museum and for the air ambulance. There were more than 50 trade stands, arena entertainment including stunt shows, live bands and moto gymkhana, and a  record 2000 bikers rode to the show in procession from Shrewsbury.
With the backing of police and Safer Roads, there was an emphasis on training courses, observed ride outs and workshops themed on safety.

Bike 4 Life has a range of packages for stand-holders at this year’s event.


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