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The Boundary500 Santa Ride returns to the streets of Teesside
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The Boundary500 Santa Ride returns to the streets of Teesside

Published date: 21 October 2021

The Boundary500 Santa Ride returns to the streets of Teesside

The Boundary 500 Motorcycle Santa Ride in aid of Zoë's Baby Hospice is back and will take place on Saturday 27th November 2021.

The annual event which has taken place since 2006 had to be cancelled in 2020 due to the pandemic, but founder of the group Brian Laverick says he has been inundated with requests for the event to go ahead.

"The smiling faces the event brings and much needed financial is just what the Doctor ordered, but don't delay as the group are limited to 160 Motorcycles or trikes. No quads," he said. 

The Boundary 500 Motorcycle Group was founded in June 2006 by Brian Laverick a retired Police Officer with the intention to raise money to help secure the financial future of the Great North Air Ambulance Service.

Over the years a variety of Motorcycle Challenges were created which saw riders taking part in events all over the United Kingdom and Europe.

In December of 2006 the Group also established contacts within Zoë’s Baby Hospice located at Normanby, Middlesbrough.

To that end it was decided that we would create what has become The Boundary 500 Motorcycle Santa Ride, a twenty two mile ride which travels under Police escort through, Thornaby, Stockton, Middlesbrough, Redcar before coming to the finishing location at Kirkleatham Hall.

The event has to be restricted to 160 Motorcycles and has become a major North Eastern Event supported by the Police, Councils and the Lord Lieutenants Office.

This one ride usually raises in excess of twenty five thousand Pounds and attracts thousands of onlookers.

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"SUPAGRAN"

So pleased to say, many thanks to all bikers doing their annual Xmas run. So many people look forward to seeing all the bikers and the rest, taking part.
Already, I have people asking if I know the date of the run. I'm pleased to say, I now know, so can inform as many that ask.
From this little supagran, many thanks 💕💕🥰🥰💕 again.

23 October 2021 23:21
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