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All About The British Biker Relief Foundation
Anyone who is involved in the motorcycling scene, whether it be because they ride, simply have a passion for bikes or work within the industry will be well aware of the strong sense of camaraderie and companionship that biking brings. And it’s pretty safe to say that The British Biker Relief Foundation (BBRF) is a glowing example of this statement!
What is the BBRF?
In a nut shell, for those of you who may not have heard of the BBRF they are a charity who supports bikers and their families during times of need.
BBRF is a vital charity that offers invaluable help to bikers and their families across the UK in a number of different circumstances. This could be by providing help after an accident in the means of arranging insurance payments or government support, right through to consoling grieving families during difficult times.
For just £10 a year BBRF members receive a member’s patch, a member’s card, first aid courses, an accident card and bumper stickers. That’s just a one off payment of £10 and you’re cared for for the whole year!
Not only this, but the support that members receive from each other is priceless!
Ready to give advice, help or support in any given situation the BBRF, which is run completely by volunteers, gives bikers and their families the care and stability they may seek during hard times.
It doesn’t stop there; the volunteers at BBRF enjoy attending as many motorcycle events, ride outs, biker meets and charity events as they can. Giving the team the opportunity to meet like-minded bikers and spread their strong message.
Alternatively, the guys are only a phone call away so why not have a chat with them on 07402 193723.