Seaton Bikers Day raises £1,200 for air ambulance
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Annual event provides more valuable funds for the flying medics
A bikers day at Seaton proved a roaring success – and raised more than £1,000 for the Devon Air Ambulance.
The annual summertime event attracts enthusiasts from near and far who park up on the seafront to allow other bikers and visitors to look at their machines.
This year there were more than 500 riders with bikes, trikes and scooters, parked up side by side with no two models looking the same.
The event was, as always, organised by The Jurassic Coast Bikers, who are a bunch of like-minded motorcyclists who enjoy meeting up to have ride outs and social events.
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The day is held annually in July and has been running for more than a decade.
Participants are asked to donate £2 when they arrive, the proceeds are all donated to the Devon Air Ambulance Trust (DAAT).
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This year’s Bikers Day Out was very successful and organsiers were recently able to hand over a cheque for £1,200 to DAAT.