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Back by Popular Demand: Bridge Motorcycles Bike Nights

Bridge Motorcycles promise that their Exeter Bike Nights will be even bigger and better this year. Taking place on the last Thursday of every month from April to August, the Bike Nights are free to attend. For every bike that arrives, Bridge will donate £1 to Devon Air Ambulance Trust.

Bike Nights are held at Bridge Motorcycles in Exeter and start at 6pm. Every bike that attends will be given a raffle ticket on entry for a prize draw that promises amazing prizes. The typical Bike Night isn’t just an ordinary meeting of bikers, but rather a gathering of grand proportions that includes live music, special guests, and food as well. The next Bike Night will be Thursday 29 May with special guest BSB Tyco Suzuki Rider Josh Waters.

Bridge Motorcycles is no stranger to getting involved in the community. Service Advisor Tracy Kenneford is taking part in the World Record attempt tandem skydive to raise money for Devon Air Ambulance Trust on 21 June.

Caroline Creer, Fundraising Director at Devon Air Ambulance Trust says, “We would like to thank Bridge Motorcycles for hosting these bike nights, creating a unique opportunity to give back to the Charity. They support us in numerous ways, and we are grateful for their contribution to the local community. If local motorcyclists are looking for a great summertime ride, we would encourage them to participate in our Motorcycle Ride Out as well”.

Devon Air Ambulance Trust’s Motorcycle Ride Out is a 76 mile route across Devon’s beautiful countryside on 13th July. Motorcyclists can enter at www.daat.org or ring the office for an entry form: 01392 466666.  

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