Ride ‘Owt In Style: Charity Calls On Motorcyclists
To Join Scenic Ride Through The Dales


Calling all bike enthusiasts! Yorkshire Children’s Charity has announced its Yorkshire Ride ‘Owt fundraising event is back for 2024, held at the luxury five-star Grantley Hall in Ripon on Thursday 16th May.  This year’s event, sponsored by Apache and DMB Collection, will include a ride out on some the world’s most desirable motorcycles, gourmet BBQ cuisine and special guest John McGuiness MBE.

VIP guests and motorcycle enthusiasts will arrive to a tea and coffee reception at the stunning Grantley Hall, before commencing the Ride ‘Owt, with each guest taking their own motorcycle and experiencing a scenic ride through the Yorkshire Dales, with a pit-stop for lunch in Sandsend.

After lunch, guests will travel back to Grantley Hall at their own leisure, where there will be an opportunity to view some of the latest models presented by Cobb & Jagger including Ducati, Triumph, Kawasaki and BSA.

To end the day in style, a gourmet BBQ will be served on the lawn, while guest speaker, John McGuiness MBE, will share tales of his career as the current Isle of Man TT lap record holder and the second most successful TT rider of all time.

Charlotte Farrington, CEO at Yorkshire Children’s Charity said: “This event is a must for bike enthusiasts across the region and further afield – this is our chance to show off the beautiful Yorkshire scenery!

“Events such as these are vital to help us raise funds for underprivileged children across Yorkshire and are the perfect way for guests to have a day full of amazing food and good company, while raising significant money for a great cause. We were able to raise over £6500 for Yorkshire children in desperate need last year and we’re hoping to raise even more this year.”

Tickets are priced at £75pp.

For more information or to book visit;


or contact events@yorkshirechildrenscharity.org

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