The Joey Dunlop Foundation have released for public sale their tee-shirts commemorating the tribute lap organised for TT racer Simon Andrews, who tragically lost his life at the North West 200 last month.
The tribute lap, organised by fans on social media, eventually attracted an estimated 6000 bikers and stretched for eight miles of the TT course, causing traffic chaos on the island in a fitting tribute to the Worcestershire rider.
Simon was a close friend of the Joey Dunlop Foundation, making use of their disabled access house at Braddan Bridge on the island as he recovered from the series of huge crashes that blighted his career.
The charity, set up in memory of the greatest TT rider of all time, own a purpose-built apartment complex situated on the TT course, which offers disabled accommodation on a year-round basis, not only to bikers but to anyone visiting the Isle of Man.
To buy your tee-shirt, simply click here.