IT WAS A CLASSIC!

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Published January 29, 2019

Written by: Ulster Grand Prix

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The Ulster Classic Motorcycle Club held a successful race event in aid of The Air Ambulance Northern Ireland  as part of The Ulster Grand Prix Bike week with the event raising a total sum of £2,000.

Tony McKee from The Ulster Classic Motorcycle Club commented, “ We wish to thank landowners Ross and Carol Bell and all those all those who organised and helped, in every way, to make this worthwhile event take place.”

Geoff Wilson, from the Ulster Grand Prix added, “I would like to thank The Ulster Classic Motorcycle Club for organising the event and being part of our Bike Week celebrations.  The UGP was glad to support such a worthy cause which is close to our hearts as race organisers.  The UGP Bike Week is going from strength to strength and 2019 promises to be another exciting week of events.”

Tony McKee from The Ulster Classic Motorcycle Club presenting the cheque to Paramedic Glenn O’Rorke from the The Air Ambulance Northern Ireland (Picture courtesy of The Newtownards Chronicle)