REGISTRATION NOW OPEN 


REGISTRATION PACKS WILL BE SENT OUT FROM THE 20TH JUNE



The Ride of Respect will take place on Sunday 1st July 2018


Please scroll down for details.  Thank you.


 Amanda


LET THE THUNDER ROLL 
Julia and the RoR Team




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At the event.......

TIME TO BE THERE WILL BE ADVISED SHORTLY

Hot food and drinks can be purchased before the ride, there is also toilet facilities at the start point.

There’s camping facilities at the New Inn Coate ( details on the page ) who will also do breakfast if
 booked in advance.   Let them know you are with the Ride of Respect. 

There’s an added element to this years Ride and details of this will be provided in registration packs only. 

This years Ride will also take in the memorials at Brize Norton and will end at the same location as last year opposite repatriation gates.

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The new 2018 Ride of Respect

          T Shirt    


       Small - 5XL  


      £15 incl P&P 




The new Special Edition 2018

Ride of Respect

           T Shirt    


        Small - 5XL 


       £15 incl P&P

BLUE RIDE OF RESPECT 2018 YEAR BARS AND RIDE OF RESPECT PATCHES WILL BE AVAILABLE SOON

 FROM THE VIA WEBSTIE


** PLEASE NOTE - There will be a Blue 2018 Year Bar in each Registration Pack **



Camping is the same as last years.

The New Inn Coate
Fieldside,
Townend,
Coate,Devizes
SN10 3LE


http://www.newinncoate.co.uk/index



If you're wanting cooked breakfasts please notify at time of booking what days and how many.

David will again donate half the camping funds back to the Ride of Respect.




HISTORY OF THE RIDE


The Ride of Respect is a annual mass ride by motorcyclists to pay tribute both to our tri-service personnel and to the fallen and their families

Mission
Helping to raise funds for Military Charities

Description
The Ride of Respect is a mass ride by motorcyclists to pay tribute both to our tri-service personnel and to the fallen and their families. The ride is organised by a biking Grandmother Julia Stevenson from Dartford in Kent. 

Julia organised the first Ride through taking with her over 15,000 motorcycles and over 22,000 riders and pillions. In 2011 a second ride was organised to show our support to our tri service troops, the townsfolk of Royal Wootton Bassett and also to say Goodbye and Thank you to RAF Lyneham. 

In 2012 the ride changed due to the service personnel now being repatriated via Brize Norton and since then has ridden through both Royal Wootton Bassett and Abingdon to Carterton.   The 2015 returned to Royal Wootton Bassett and were gladly greeted back with 'Welcome back' banners which was greatly appreciated.

Over the past 6 years' rides we have raised more than a half million pounds for military charities.     This event has become an annual event raising funds for Military personnel and Causes. 





SOME PICTURES OF PREVIOUS RIDES....