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Motorcyclists tour Northern Ireland in aid of local charity.

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Motorcyclists from The Tarmac Crew are gearing up for a charity convoy on Saturday 17th October and will be cruising to 12 of the Ground Espresso Bars outlets in Northern Ireland in aid of local wellness charity BASE.

As huge brand advocates, the Tarmac Crew will be adding the Ground Espresso Bars tour to an extensive record of group excursions. Wanting to do something different, the Founder Brendan Allen and organiser Steve Hanna combined their fun fancy dress ride-out with a map landmarked by a local company.

Discussing the fleet about to follow the Ground trail, Administrator Steve Hanna said, “The Tarmac Crew members are thrilled at Ground’s support for this charity ride. The chain keeps growing and we’re excited to visit as many of the stores as we can!”

Keeping them fuelled at each stop, the tour will start at the original Ground Espresso Bars store in Coleraine and make its way to the rest of the Ground pit-stops. Karen Gardiner, Director, Ground Espresso Bars said, “We’re honoured to provide the map for this unique charity event. We know all of the store teams are really looking forward to having the Tarmac Crew visit and it’s all for a great cause.”

The chosen charity BASE is a small local charity that provides support for young adults with learning difficulties and disabilities. Founder of the Tarmac Crew, Brendan Allen who is also a care-worker said, “We want this ride to help raise awareness of BASE and I know the charity is very grateful for Ground’s support.”

For further information on the ‘Hit The Ground Riding Tour’ visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheTarmacCrew/

 

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