Hundreds of bikers revv into Littleport for 22nd annual Trikes ‘R’ Us weekend

PUBLISHED: 15:44 30 May 2017 | UPDATED: 15:44 30 May 2017

Trikes 'R' Us chairman Ged.

Trikes 'R' Us chairman Ged.


More than 300 bikers travelled into Littleport for the village’s 22nd annual Trikes ‘R’ Us event.

Chris (right) with biker friend and mechanic Harry.Chris (right) with biker friend and mechanic Harry.

Motorists enjoyed live music, homemade burgers and fry-ups, refreshments and beer on tap, as well as best bike/trike competitions, games and discos.

Money was also raised for the East Anglian Air Ambulance and victims of the recent Manchester concert bombing from a number of raffles.

Trikes ‘R’ Us chairman Ged, said: “Littleport is one of the best spots for us bikers, and we have been assured that there will be a place here for us next year, despite the imminent demolition of the old Leisure Centre which has been our home now for 10 years.”

As he was leaving on his trike after the fun-packed holiday weekend, Chris from Wisbech, said: “We are just like one happy family, and I even had my bike fixed, which was a bonus in itself.”


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