Motorbike riders – you’re invited to Ride Out for Docbike!


DocBike, a motorcycle injury prevention charity, is calling motorcyclists to join their annual Dorset ride out on Sunday 24th September. Last year’s event raised over £8,000, with more than 400 riders participating!
This year, riders can choose between two scenic routes: a 30-mile ride from The Churchill Arms in Alderholt, and a 40-mile ride from West Bay Esplanade in Bridport – both ending at Henstridge Airfield.
The finishing line will welcome riders with music, refreshments, stalls, and the chance to meet the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance crew.
DocBike works to get highly trained trauma doctors or critical care paramedics on two wheels, to reduce deaths and serious injuries on our roads due to motorcycle collisions. Working alongside local emergency services, they provide life-saving roadside critical care.
Registration for the ride out starts at £10 and includes entry into the grand raffle.
Riders are encouraged to raise a minimum of £25 for the charity, which receives no direct government funding.
Dr Ian Mew, Co-Founder and Trustee of DocBike, emphasised the importance of this event in supporting the charity’s life-saving work: ‘“This is our big event for DocBike each year and the support of the local motorcycling community means so much. We’re dedicated to being there for anyone who needs emergency critical care.’


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