£148,000 raised for the Poppy Appeal!
The total raised for the Poppy Appeal by the RBLR stands at £148,000. The RBLR would like to express their thanks for your participation in the RBLR 1000 and for raising funds for the Poppy Appeal. We salute you all.
The RBLR are brought together by our enthusiasm for motorcycling, and our willingness to support the aims and charitable efforts of The Royal British Legion and the Poppy Appeal
History | Ethos
The Iron Butt Association of America's UK arm has the aim of assisting the IBA in promoting the sport of safe Long-Distance Motorcycling right here in the UK. Successful ralliests can enter the hallowed halls of the Iron Butt Association
There are four routes in total, 2 northern and two southern. Start and finish is at the Squires Cafe and you can select from a either clockwise or anti-clockwise route
What are the official routes?
Can I load my Sat-Nav with them?
- 224 Riders and 20 Pillions registered for the ride
- 172 Bikes actually started the ride
- 5 bikes did not finish (1 accident, 4 mechanicals)
- 158 bikes completed the ride within 24 hrs and gained IBA accreditation
- 9 bikes completed the ride in over 25 hrs
- Those who completed travelled an average of 1045 miles
- Furthest Travelled – 331 miles
- Oldest Bike – 1986 BMW R80
- Oldest Rider – 68 years young
- Youngest Rider – 23 years
- Smallest CC – 125cc
- Youngest Participant – 11 years
Bikes - the motorbikes that took part
- BMW - 36
- Ducati - 2
- Harley Davidson - 3
- Honda - 48
- Kawasaki - 9
- KTM - 2
- Moto Guzzi - 3
- Suzuki - 16
- Triumph - 27
- Victory - 2
- Yamaha - 23