picks winning motorbike as 160 bikes head to Burnham-On-Sea
160 motorcyclists roared into Burnham-On-Sea on Sunday (June 25th)
when one of the region's biggest and longest-running charity motorcycle
events headed into the town.
Vintage Motorcycle Club held its 29th annual Coast to Coast Run
from Lyme Regis to Burnham's seafront.
of veteran, vintage and post-war classic motorbikes took part and
the bikers were welcomed onto Burnham's Esplanade by the town's
Mayor and Mayoress, Bill and Frances Hancock.
Mayor's award for the best bike went to Rod Gundry from Yeovil for
his 1955 BSA A10 which he has owned for over 30 years.
Mayor said: "I was looking for a bike that really stood out
in the older categories and this one caught my eye - I know a lot
about BSAs and this bike is in a superb condition for its age."
added: "It's great to see this event coming to Burnham - it's
a fantastic long-running run and we welcome all the bikers."
bikes headed into Burnham from Lyme Regis, taking in Wells, Cheddar,
Wedmore and Mark along the way.
Coast To Coast Run has raised more than £70,000 for charity
over 29 years that time - with Headway Somerset benefiting this