Thank you bikers

I saw the below advertised on Facebook. I knew straight away no matter how I felt, I had to go.

We have a bike mad lad in Sudbury. His name is Rossi, he was born with development delay hip dysplasia and autistic diagnosis. Since the lock down, he hasn’t seen many people, so we are holding a birthday BBQ for him!! He is bike mad!! He should be arriving by Trike around 11.30am. Can you please help give him an amazing birthday by coming to show some support for him!!
Social distancing measures WILL STILL BE IN PLACE!! we will ask everybody to respect this!! these will be upated following government guide lines.

The event was held at (Sudbury shop not London)

I went with my good friends Pete and Arthur. After a slight battery issue (not with my beloved MT07), we set off. We were joined by 3 other random bikers on the way that didn’t know where TTT was. It already felt good to be out with my mates, but to be joined by others made me feel even more part of something.

Now I don’t know the young lad who’s birthday it was, but that made no difference. That’s the thing with bikers, we are all there for each other, like one big family. As we pulled onto the road of the event, I couldn’t believe my eyes. There were well over 100 bikes there. I felt goosebumps all over my body.

I think at the peak of the event there must have been over two hundred people there. Probably only 20 of them knew the young lad. It was an amazing sight and hopefully made his birthday special for him.

Massive well done to everyone that made the effort.

Passing my bike test was one of the best things I have every done. I am proud to call myself a biker.

About catmann1973

Hi, I’m Martin. 47 years old, living in Suffolk. I have three amazing grown up children. I have the best family and friends in the world. I am a football fan, love going to the gym and I am a motorcycle pilot. I’ve had mental health problems all of my life. This site is about my past, present and future. I’m hoping to make it easier for people to be able to speak freely about mental health. It can affect anyone at anytime.
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