The Ride of Respect will take place on Sunday July 2nd 2017
The start point will be from Beversbrook Sports Facility
Beversbrook Road (A3102)
Gates open at 8am for everyone to be
there for 0930 hrs
The end location can now be confirmed as
Carterton Leisure Centre
This will be the same route each year from now on and I hope to build on the end event with assistance from Gemma at the Leisure Centre.
Once the route is ready it will be posted here.
Thank You all for your patience.
USE THIS BUTTON HERE TO MAKE YOUR
DONATION TO THE RIDE >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
RESERVE YOUR REGISTRATION FROM THE LINK - PACKS WILL BE SENT OUT FROM THE BEGINNING OF JUNE.
£10 PER PERSON
THE PACK INCLUDES YOUR DONATION TO THE RIDE - BIKE TAG - WRISTBAND - ROUTE & MAP
There are no 'times' to ride as in the old ride of respect, everyone will meet at 8am at the above
start point and ride at the same time.
THERE IS NO RIDE OF RESPECT MEMBERSHIP THIS YEAR. YOUR CARDS WILL HAVE EXPIRED END OF MARCH AND
DUE TO THE RIDE DATE HAVING TO BE CHANGED TO LATER IN THE YEAR THERE WOULD HAVE BEEN A GAP.
THEREFORE WAS DECIDED NOT TO HAVE MEMBERSHIPS THIS YEAR. WE WILL THOUGH KEEP A LIST OF
ALL THE MEMBERSHIP NUMBERS ON FILE FOR FUTURE USE. YOU WILL STILL BE ABLE TO GET MEMBERSHIP
BENEFITS WITH LAST YEARS CARD EVEN THOUGH HAS EXPIRED.
THIS YEAR'S RIDE OF RESPECT 2017 T SHIRTS
AVAILABLE FROM THE VETERANS IN ACTION WEBSITE
SEE LINK BELOW
(2017 PATCHES & YEAR BARS AVAILABLE TO ORDER SHORTLY)
THIS YEAR'S CHARITY: The BATON
"The Baton is a symbol of national conscience, crafted with care and respect from the handle of a stretcher – symbolising pride, hope, courage and suffering.
It is a message of gratitude from those who wish to support the brave men and women of our armed forces who regularly risk their lives so that we may live with freedom of choice, peace and safety.
HISTORY OF THE RIDE
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.
SOME PICTURES OF PREVIOUS RIDES....