Tuesday, 2 December 2014

The Boundary 500 Santa Parade

We rode in the Santa parade at the weekend, this is in aid of local charity Zoes's Place Baby Hospice.
This is our second year participating and again it was amazing, a real feel good day.


There were over 160 bikes with about 220 'Santas' the parade was led by an old fire engine and stretched about 3/4 of a mile! Not so good if you were waiting at junction for us all to pass.


The 22 mile ride raised over £29 000 last year and this one was even bigger. The local Mayor picked our bike out as her favourite so we won a bottle of whisky! This will go back for one of the charity tombolas. Can't wait for next year! Here's the video




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