Motorcyclists ride again in 2017 to raise funds for CSF Leak Association
Following the success of the inaugural Kilt Ride in 2016, this year's event, organised by Ray Michael (aka 'The Scotorian Biker'), promises to be bigger and better this year!
As many of you may recall, on 28th May 2016, some 100 tartan-clad bikers arrived on the banks of Loch Ness as part of a two-day 500-mile ride in support of the CSF Leak Association. Called ‘The Kilt Ride 2016’, the event was the world’s first ever large-scale awareness and fundraising event for cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leaks.
The fantastic two day event, the brainchild of Ray Michael, raised £1458 for the CSF Leak Association and saw a convoy of motorbikes of all shapes and sizes, learners and old hands, rally to the support of leakers across the UK by travelling around the country, from the Scottish Borders to the Highlands, taking in some of Scotland’s most iconic sites and scenery.
This year the event will be held on Friday 26th May – Monday 29th taking in the north west coast of Scotland and parts of the fabulous North Coast 500 route.
If you’d like to get involved, or follow the progress of the bikers, check out the website here or follow the Facebook event page here.
A huge thank you once again to Ray and his team on behalf of the CSF Association!