Motorcycle riders are urged to gear up and help support LIVES

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Motorcycle riders are being urged to take part in a charity ride across the county in aid of Lincolnshire charity LIVES.

Their Medics are often called to serious incidents involving motorcyclists, and this is an ideal opportunity to show your support for this lifesaving Charity.

Taking place on Sunday 17 May, the scenic bike ride will commence at Horncastle Market Place at 10am, ending at The Crown pub in Horncastle for a BBQ lunch, lasting between two to three hours.

Avid bikers will be able to enjoy Lincolnshire’s landscape during the ride out, which will guide riders through straight roads and winding bends.

Tony Tempest, LIVES Medic, who is organising the ride said: “This ride will provide us with a fantastic opportunity to introduce LIVES and its work to people of all ages, while having a good time.

“Lincolnshire is the perfect place for motorcyclists to enjoy a leisurely ride, and we are sure it will bring people together for a good cause.

“Everyone is welcome to the event, and those who are unable to participate in the ride, are more than welcome to join in at the BBQ in Horncastle, which will start when the riders return around 13.00.”

The ride out is part of the charity’s 45th anniversary celebrations, which are taking place throughout 2015.

The anniversary celebrates the charity’s work since it was founded in 1970, and marks how LIVES has become an essential part of Lincolnshire pre hospital emergency care.

The preparations will begin at 10am on Sunday 17 May, with the ride starting promptly at 10.30am.

All tickets cost £10, which will include participants’ donations to LIVES and the BBQ lunch.

In order to join in with LIVES 45th anniversary celebrations and keep up-to-date with its work please visit www.lives.org.uk and look out for the charity’s Twitter hashtag #LIVES45.

To book tickets or to learn more about the event please call Tony Tempest on: 01507523513 or 07788415819.