Financially supported by:
A Sussex based incredibly successful design company, specialising in the production and erection of state of the art exhibition trade stands worldwide. Owner, Bryan, was the first of our generous sponsors and continues to support the RotR annually.
Heated Driveway Systems are one of the UK’s leading installers of ice and snow melting systems for driveways, ramps, pathways and other outdoor surfaces and offer our services nationwide.
Gary is the director of Tour1, an Authorised Harley-Davidson Tour Company. His incredible knowledge of the best roads in Europe and America, combined with meticulous planning abilities means he is simply the best in the business. Gary is also a keen videographer and has produced the stunning RotR film using specialist drone footage.
It should be memorable, thought provoking and work for our clients needs.
Good design communicates. Good design generates action. Good design pays.
Grahame is the owner of Bizwebsolutions and since 2009 he has worked with numerous small to medium sized businesses get their own piece of online real estate by creating their own website presence. A fellow motorcycle enthusiast, he created and maintains this site in support of the wonderful charitable aims of RotR.
Drakemoor is a Kent based building and refurbishment company who specialise in construction within the commercial, education, healthcare and residential sectors. Our philosophy is to create quality environments, using modern methods which are delivered on time and exceed expectations.
We pride ourselves on a professional, friendly approach and are fully committed to supporting our clients throughout the construction process to ensure minimal disruption and maximum satisfaction.
Grateful support also received from:
Andrew has honed his skills to provide a versatile, creative and professional photography service. With an infectious smile and laugh Andrew has become our unofficial/official RotR photographer. He can normally be found grinning his head off from the passenger seat of a Ural sidecar and his photographs make looking back on the event an absolute pleasure.