Simone’s first stop of the day was at the historic Richmond Castle in Yorkshire, built in 1071 and incredibly well preserved. In contrast to this impressive landmark, they were met by a brand new Lamborghini, owned by one of the local Freemasons. This was her first lift of the day, and owner Steve Cox whisked her off in style to the next stop in Durham.
The next stop was the beautiful setting of Broom House Farm in Durham, a working farm and local attraction. The welcome party was made up of Widows Sons bikers and several inquisitive cows! The Widows Sons made a very kind donation of £200 (although nothing from the cows unfortunately) before Simone was on her way to the next stop.
The final stop of the day was the Tyne Bridge in Northumberland. Simone was met by more Widows Sons who also made a donation, this time of £100. She was kitted out in bike leathers and jumped on the back of a chrome encrusted trike with their lovely teddy bear mascot for the final leg of the day’s journey through the beautiful Cumbria countryside.
Total miles travelled today: 195
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