Motorcycles to line Tamar Bridge in memory of young biker
A THOUSAND motorcycles are expected to line the Tamar Bridge today in honour of a young biker who died on the road in Saltash.
Hundreds of riders are to fill the outside lane to remember 20-year-old Adam Smart, who lost his life in June.
The Saltash man’s bike collided with a tanker at the Carkeel roundabout in the town.
The rally is organised by theCornwall Freewheelers and Cornwall Council’s Road Safety Project Coordinator Darren Berrey.
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As well as remembering Adam, the event is intended to raise awareness of road safety and collect funds for the Freewheelers – a charity made up of bikers who transport blood and other supplies out-of-hours for the NHS.
Adam’s final act was to donate his organs to save the lives of others.
The rally, beginning in the bridge car park at St Budeaux, starts at noon. Bikers are expected to ride off at 2pm.