Win a GPZ900R in charity raffle

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A 1985 Kawasaki GPZ900R that has been restored is being raffled to help raise funds for the Stroke Association.

After his dad suffered a series of strokes, Jay McGreneghan decided to help raise awareness and funds for those who have had the misfortune of being either a victim of a Stroke or cares for somebody who has.

The Stroke Association are a charity that help those affected by a Stroke and aim to give help and support to those who have had or are affected by the life threatening condition.

The bike was rebuilt by GT Motorcycles of Plymouth before it was taken for a tribute lap around the Isle of Man TT Circuit by none other than our own Adam Child to help with the cause.

The raffle ends this Sunday and costs £1, enter by clicking here.

James Archibald

By James Archibald

Former MCN Junior Web Producer