Motorcycle Festival to raise funds for charity

HOW would you like to win a Yamaha motorcycle worth at least £12,000 and at the same time help Cancer Research UK?

Well the opportunity will soon arise at the annual Adelaide Motorcycle Festival which begins a three-day run at the King’s Hall Pavilion in Belfast on Friday February 8.

Barry’s Biker Bakes, thanks to Portrush businessman Barry Torrens, intend running two charity events next year.

The first with support from Charles Hurst Motorcycles offers those donating to Cancer Research UK the opportunity to win a fabulous new 2013 Yamaha YZF R1 at the motorcycle festival in February.

Those donating merely have to guess the code to crack a safe which contains the keys to this outstanding prize.

David White, the general manager for Hurst Motorcycles, explained the finer details, “To enter each person will simply give a minimum donation (Cancer Research Charity) of £1 to have the chance to Crack the Safe.
“To Crack the Safe you will simply enter a code into the safe and if you are lucky enough to input the correct code in the correct order you will collect the YZF-R1 keys which will be stored inside.”

“The money raised will be donated to Barry and his chosen charity (Cancer Research UK). This is a fantastic prize to win with a recommended retail price of over £12,000 it certainly means a trip to the festival could make some-one very happy. This person could be you.”

“So far as Barry’s charity work is concerned, we are delighted to be able to assist him with his crack the safe competition at the King’s Hall,” said the Festival promoter Billy Nutt. “I know that the general public will be generous with their donations.”

Further details will be made available at 11am on Thursday (14 Dec.) at Charles Hurst Motorcycles, Boucher Road, Belfast or you can contact:

David White, General Manager, Charles Hurst Motorcycles, 02890 383556, or Barry Torrens

The Adelaide Motorcycle Festival will take place on 8th, 9th & 10th February 2013 at the King’s Hall Belfast. For further information contact Billy or Marty on 028 70351199 or email or