Armed Forces Bikers Annual Charity Ride



The Armed Forces Bikers is a registered veterans charity which works to fulfil its charity aims:

• To assist former serving members of the armed forces who are in charitable need as a result of injury or other harmful experience suffered during their service to resettle and rehabilitate into civilian life. 

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• To relieve the needs of former members of the armed forces and their families.

We are planning our annual charity motorcycle ride on the 16th July 2016. The event is a 500 mile ride with individuals taking part paying for entry and seeking individual sponsorship. The start and finish point will be The Manor Bikers’ Cafe, Manor Farm, Bellerby, North Yorkshire, DL8 5QH. The ride will take between 10 and 15 hours to complete with stops. 

There are also two shorter rides available on the day of 100 and 121 miles in the Yorkshire dales for riders who do not fancy the 500 mile main ride in one day. 

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Registration for this event will be £15 per rider and £5 per pillion 

Registration and sponsor forms will be available from our web-site ( shortly after the end of February although sponsorship is not compulsory it does help to add funds to this very worth while veterans support charity. 

Registrations will be also available at other events as they appear up till the time of the AFB500 Charity Ride, also from shortly after the end of February. (these venues will be shown on our Forum pages and our Facebook pages, facebook armed forces bikers.

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All donations, registration fee and sponsorship will be paid into the charity account and used only to help veterans in charitable need.

If you would like to check us out our books are open at 

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We also have a supporters facebook page at





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