Motorcycle club members present donation to East Anglian Air Ambulance at Attleborough cafe

British Motorbike Owners Club (Brimbo) chairman Michael Thorndyke and club members present a £500 do

British Motorbike Owners Club (Brimbo) chairman Michael Thorndyke and club members present a £500 donation to Martin Kaye of the Air Ambulance, joined by Route 11 owner Christine Thompson (second from left). Picture: Courtesy of Wendy Hall - Credit: Archant

A group of motorcycle enthusiasts have put their passion to good use by hosting a charity bike show.

British Motorbike Owners Club (Brimbo) chairman Michael Thorndyke and club members present a £500 do

British Motorbike Owners Club (Brimbo) chairman Michael Thorndyke and club members present a £500 donation to Martin Kaye of the Air Ambulance. Picture: Courtesy of Wendy Hall - Credit: Archant

The British Motorbike Owners Club - also known as Brimbo - hosted a classic bike show which raised money for the East Anglian Air Ambulance (EAAA).

The show raised £500, which was presented to Martin Kaye from the EAAA at a small ceremony at the Route 11 Kitchen on the A11, at Attleborough.

A spokesman for the club said: 'Brimbo would like to thank Route 11 for making the club welcome for the presentation of their donation.'

The Route 11 Kitchen hosts regular biker evenings throughout the summer months.

Brimbo is for anyone interested in riding their motorbikes and socialising. It welcomes new members with all makes and ages of bikes, and hosts monthly meetings on the first Wednesday of each month at Billingford Horseshoes pub near Diss.

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