Soldiers ride classic Norton for charity

By Zoe Richards -

General news

 25 May 2012 18:05

A group of injured soldiers will be taking to the road on a 1920s Norton Model 18 bike and sidecar to raise money for charity.

The group will be travelling from Inverness to Portsmouth on July 8th-July 15th for the Troop Aid and Pilgrim Bandit charities.

The bike, supplied by The National Motorcycle Museum will be passing through Pitlochry, Dunfermline, Selkirk, Newcastle, York, Doncaster, Kegworth, Allesley, Birmingham, Swindon, Wells and Exeter, with events organised along the route.

Anyone who would like to donate, go to http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com and go to the Troop Aid/PilgrimBandit page.