Chain of bikes to encircle M25

By Guy Procter -

Events

 25 March 2010 12:32

A disabled biker has hatched a plan to encircle the entire M25 with bikes to raise money to combat motor neurone disease, from which he suffers. Liam Dwyer hopes that on Sunday 25th July 2010 hundreds of bikers will join the chain at one of five junctions to lap the M25 clockwise.     

He says: “I was a keen rider for 19 years. I am now looking for help through the power of the motor bike to raise awareness for this deadly disease.”

If you’d like to join the chain, email Liam your name, how many are in your group and the junction you’d like to join at: disabled4disabled@gmail.com. You will receive a special tabard marking you out as part of the ‘M25 Circle of Life’ at any of the cafes at the junctions taking part in the event.

The five junctions where you can join are:

J5/4 Oakdene Café, London Rd, Wrotham TN15 7RR
J9 Box Hill Ryka’s Café, Old London Road, Burford Bridge, Dorking RH5 6BY
J16 ACE CAFE. North Circular Road, Stonebridge, London NW10 7UD    
J23 South Mimms, at Junction 23, EN6 3QQ
J29 127 Diner, A127 Southend arterial road, Nevedon, Wickford SS12 9HZ

More info: http://www.disabled4disabled.co.uk/m25.html