Aylesbury Charity Ride Out
8:01am 11th May 2014
Aylesbury market square is today hosting the first ACRO, an event raising funds for the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG) and the Chiltern Air Ambulance Trust.
The event aims to raise awareness of motorcycling and promote links with the community.
A ride out open to all motorcycles, scooters, Trikes etc., will leave The Crown pub in Chinnor at 10am for a leisurely ride around the outskirts of Thame onto the Aylesbury Road to Stone and arriving in Aylesbury Exchange Street car Park at 11am.
There will be a number of live bands from 11am.
We would like to invite all of the community to support the day and their local Chiltern Air Ambulance Trust.
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