On your bike for Nathan’s Biker Buddies

With a world record attempt and fun for all the family, the Nathan’s Biker Buddies fundraiser on May 6 is shaping up to be a fantastic event.

The day includes a motorbike run from Dublin to Rochfortbridge via Naas and Mullingar, where the bikers will attempt to smash a world record, followed by entertainment, fun and games in Rochfortbridge.

The event is being organised by the parents, family and friends of four-year-old Nathan Keavney from Rochfortbridge as a fundraiser for Autism Ireland and the Sunflower Rooms in St Mary’s Primary School, Mullingar, where Nathan is a pupil.

Autism Ireland provides a number of services to those affected by autism and their families, including raising awareness, information on available supports, advocacy, counselling and advice for families.

The day’s events kick off at 11am on Sunday, May 6, from Maxol on the Long Mile Road in Dublin, with the spin continuing via Naas and on through the Midlands. The highlight of the day will be a world record attempt at the Joe Dolan Bridge in Mullingar, where the bikers involved will do their best to set a new world record for the highest number of motorbikes on a bridge at one time. The magic number to beat is 350, so anyone with a bike is invited to come along for the spin and help make this record a reality!

Then it is back to Rochfortbridge for a family fun day, with refreshments, music, games, face painting, and a host of fantastic raffle prizes up for grabs. All are welcome and your support would be greatly appreciated.

For more information and updates, join ‘Nathans Biker Buddies Motorbike Run’ on Facebook. T-shirts and sponsorship cards for those who wish to take part are available by contacting the group.

A Go Fund Me page has been set up at www.gofundme.com/nathans-biker-buddies-motorbike-run Every donation, no matter how large or small is appreciated, and all proceeds will go towards the valuable work of Autism Ireland and the Sunflower Rooms in St Mary’s, Mullingar.



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