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dear riders

Due to the Coronavirus all ride events for April & May have been postponed until further notice. 

I will endeavor to host the rides this year if possible. 

Keep safe & Well all.

Paul

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Welcome to Supergood's motorbike rides for Autism

I started these ride out's back in 2016 with the first proper ride in 2017, it was following my son being diagnosed with a rare chromosome deletion and needing to take time out to process how we would put things into place to help and support him for the rest of his life, being on the bike gave me a freedom to think and process and to this day is my personal therapy.

 

the first ride was from the Cafe Racer store in Brighton, working our way up to the Ace Cafe in London.

We decided to ride the route the opposite way round to support a different way of thinking.

With a small group of 15 or so bikes, the support of the National Autistic Society & the fabulous team at The cafe racer we got things off the ground. 

In 2017 we raised a SUPERGOOD £1.5k for the National Autistic society.

 

With the amazing support of so many people in the biking community, personal friends & the generosity of the sponsors I have also managed to design and produce a small selection of clothing to help create awareness by wearing them see: #supergoodontour

 

In 2018 we raised £4.7K & 2019 we raised £6.5K for the National Autistic society. 

 

Fast forward a few years, a move north for myself & the family we are now 3 rides strong,

 

LEEDS / YORK to Bridlington

BRIGHTON to Loomies

Bournemouth to Loomies

Thanks to the support & sponsorship of the riders, marshal's and the sponsors

Monstermesh UK, HCOMM, THe cafe race, legacy 1885 & BIKERPICS 

This year 2020 we are going for £10,000

 

 

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ABOUT AUTISM

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