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Alzheimer's Memory Ride-Out 2019


Many people have formed an opinion of motorcyclists, or bikers, from the crap they watch on TV. You know the sort of show or movie? All bikers are tattooed and ride Harley's and are into no good. Criminals of course.

The other side of bikers is that they are maybe indeed tattooed and ride Harley's, but in general are just like you and me. They have responsible jobs, They have families. They are no less law abiding than ordinary members of the public. In fact they could be you. They are me.

This charity ride was in its second year. A ride from Bexhill on Sea to Folkestone along the coast. All riders and their pillions paid £5 up front to raise funds for the Alzheimers UK charity.


I was late setting off and decided to meet the run at the break point at Dungeness Light Railway Station. I took the Nikon with me to fire off as many photos as I could before joining the back of the parade to Folkestone.

Here are some of the photos. The rest are on my Flickr account. Linked on the right.


Everyone had a great time on a nice sunny day.

Posted by InvictaMoto 11:07 Archived in England Tagged alzheimers_uk

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