It's just £5 per biker...

It’s time to rev up for the St Andrew’s Hospice Annual Motorbike Run.

Now in its 16th year, the popular event is once again being held to raise vital funds for Andy’s, the children’s hospice at St Andrew’s, which provides free care for children and young people with life-limiting illnesses.

In previous years, scores of bikers have taken to the roads for the run, which is taking place on Sunday, September 3.

And top prize in this year's raffle is amazing (even if we do say so ourselves!). Honda Racing has kindly donated two VIP hospitality tickets for the three-day BSB Cadwell weekend in 2018!

ZaZa Warren, the hospice’s events manager, said: “This popular event has gone from strength to strength over the years, with about 300 bikers taking part each time.

“It really is a fantastic experience. Even just seeing the bikes lined up at the start is a thrill. This year’s run will be the 16th, and it is all thanks to the support of bikers from Lincolnshire and beyond that it has been such a success for so long.

“Those taking part are guaranteed to have a great ride and a great day out. There will also be the opportunity to win some super raffle prizes, and all this comes with the satisfaction of knowing that participants are helping make each day count for local families whose children have life-limiting illnesses.”

The 16th Annual Motorbike Run starts from 11am at Willingham Woods, near Market Rasen, and arrives at The Royal Oak (The Splash), in Little Cawthorpe, for a barbecue and raffle. Riders can join the run at the start or at any of the stop-off points around the route. All makes, models and engine sizes are welcome.

It costs £5 per bike to enter, which is payable on the day. For more information, call ZaZa on 01472 571268 or email

Here's the route: 

Start: Willingham Woods, Market Rasen

  • Burgh on Bain
  • Wragby
  • Bardney
  • Cafe, RAF Waddington  (first stop)
  • Metheringham
  • Woodhall Spa
  • Horncastle cattle market (second stop)
  • Maltby

Finish: Royal Oak Inn - The Splash, Little Cawthorpe.




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