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  1. Every Wednesday night from the beginning of June through to the end of September, bikers from all over Devon head to the promenade on Paignton seafront for the BMAD bike nights. From these Bike Nights the objective is to raise money for public benefit in providing funding to sick, disabled and disadvantaged young people up to the age of 19 in the TQ (Torbay) area. Other charities that benefit include Devon Freewheelers (Blood Bikes), St. John Ambulance, Torbay Young Carers and Devon Air Ambulance because they also provide services to the people of Torbay. For a selection of pics taken
  2. The Bikers Make A Difference (BMAD) bike night’s on Paignton Sea Front have re-commenced for the Summer season. Always an impressive gathering of bikes and trikes to view and a fantastic atmosphere. Full details on the BMAD site http://www.bmad.co.uk/bike-nights/ You can view my pics from the last couple of years on Flickr: 2018 2017
  3. There is another hillclimb at Wiscombe for bikes / side cars on the 15th September - for details go to the NHCA web site www.nhca.co.uk or the Wiscombe Park web site www.wiscombepark.co.uk
  4. National Hill Climb Championship – Round 7 Wiscombe Park hosted the Wildlife Autosport Hillclimb on Sunday 19th May 2019 which is organised by the Burnham-On-Sea Motor Club. This year marked the 40th anniversary of the event. It was originally held at the Cricket St Thomas Wildlife Park, hence its name. However, when that venue ceased, Wiscombe subsequently hosted the event. The 1000yards (914 metres) course celebrated its 60th anniversary last year and is considered as one of the best hillclimb courses in the UK. The hill record is shared by Trevor Wills – current National Hillclimb Ch
  5. Every Wednesday night from the beginning of June through to the end of September, bikers from all over Devon head to the promenade on Paignton seafront for the BMAD bike nights. Most gatherings see many hundreds of bikers gather for a chat and something to eat whilst bike mad onlookers can inspect the machinery and chat to the bikers about their machines. There is always a vast variety of both two, and even some three wheel machines on display – most of them in absolutely pristine condition gleaming in the sunshine. BMAD also hold an annual 3 day festival in May on Paignton seafront – this
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