Author: Bike Social Reporter Posted: 04 Jul 2014
The first KTM RC125s will land on British soil this September and to celebrate, KTM has leant Crawley motorcycle dealership, P&H Motorcycles the first ten machines to lead a charity ride out to Brighton in late August.
KTM unveiled the RC125 at least year’s EICMA show in Milan alongside new RC200 and RC390 models.
P&H staff on KTMs will lead the ride out on August 24th, which has been organised to raise funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign and IIH UK (Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension), two charities close to the heart of P&H motorcycles as staff and friends of the dealership suffer from those injuries.
The ride out has been named the Help 4 Harry fun ride, to honour a charity fund set up by Sue and Tom Barnley for their son Harry, who has Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
For a small fee of just £10, riders can join the ride out which is especially aimed at 125cc bikes and new riders, although all riders are said to be welcome. Each rider will get an event back, goody bag and a chance to win a host of exciting prizes such as hospitality passes for British Superbike.
KTM will also be in attendance displaying their new bikes including the RC125. Why not register now?
“It’s exciting to be putting on an event that’s geared up for the small bike rider, a group that’s often overlooked” said Paul Searle, P&H Motorcycles Owner. “We have some great roads on the way down to Brighton which I’m sure they will really enjoy and its nice for them to be involved. Donating to charity is one thing but putting on an event that may make a difference to a charities awareness is something else, especially as we are directly affected by them here in the dealership.