August 8 2008.

As another superb British summer comes to a close Nadeem Butt of is determined to squeeze another great day's biking in and raise money for Spinal Research at the same time. Following on from the success of his ride out to Le Touquet earlier this year, he has put together a similar outing for riders to enjoy a ride out from the UK's best bike rendezvous, Box Hill in Surrey, to one of the best bike museum's - Sammy Miller's in New Milton, Hampshire.

The plan is to meet at 9.00 am at Box Hill in Surrey on September 20th and then set off at 10 am for the museum, taking in some great roads and arriving in time for a look round the classic bikes and then a barbeque for lunch. Tickets cost £15.00 per rider and £20.00 for a rider and pillion, which will include your entrance fee for the museum and a donation to Spinal Research and the Ride Out campaign - Llunch will need to be paid for separately at the museum.

When asked why he has chosen to support this particular charity Nadeem said, "I chose to support Spinal Research and the Ride Out campaign as it is funding vital research to get people who are paralysed walking again. As motorcyclists we love what we do, but unfortunately accidents do happen and a number of riders are paralysed each year. I want to raise money to fund research to get people walking and back on their bikes."

Tickets need to be booked in advance, so to make sure you don't miss out on this end of season bash call Isabel on 01483 898786 or visit and follow the 'Ride Out' links.