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Motorcycle Events.










Motorcycle Events.

Wheelers Motorcycle Events was set up to support charities with the help and support of bikers like you. We hope that it will give you the chance of having a good day out with your machine and at the same time support a good cause. If you are a fellow Biker and like meeting and talking to other bikers and enjoy a great day out whilst trying to help and support charities, then why not contact us to discuss the possibility of giving some of your time to help us put on and run great biker shows/events in and around the Hampshire, Wiltshire & Dorset regions. We are always looking for volunteers to help with Marshalling, stewarding and any other duties that will help the event/show to run smoothly. Events build up and take down is another aspect of the programme we are always looking to cover. We will supply florescent vests and make sure you are looked after on the day/days of the events taking place. Please offer us your support to help put on great motorcycle events/shows so we can raise money for charity. If you have a specialist skill like, lawyer, accountant or management and can offer a few hours a week to help run this group I would love to hear from you. Please contact us using the contact link at the top of the page. Take care and safe riding to all and we hope to see you at our events .

About us

Wheelers Motorcycle Events began in 2014 by 3 neighbours who had a passion for riding their machines around the south and south-west counties of England. Gil Wheeler had been medically retired from work due to long term health problem and had been supporting a heart charity as a volunteer. He approached his neighbours with the idea of raising some funds for the charity by holding a motorcycle event, and as his charity was very limited with funds Gil approached other bigger charities to try and seek support. Most charities were very willing to help but he could not set up any support funding for his vision. Eventually Gill succeeded in persuading the Fleet Air Arm Museum to agree to support his venture by letting him use their facilities and the first Wheelers Events Motorcycle cycle show was born. As the event was being organised one of his neighbours found that they didn't have the time to be involved and shortly after, the other neighbour suffered a nasty work accident leaving Gil to proceed on his own with the event. Around this time Gil had also approached the Tank Museum, Bovington, Dorset, who were looking for someone to help run their new event, “Wheels of Steel” and he offered to help. With Wheelers Motor Cycle Events now growing Gil needed a website to boost advertising. He approached his long term friend Nick owner of the website thenewforestguide.com who had experience in web design, and more importantly, a passion for Motorbikes. Together they formed an alliance and the Wheelers Motorcycle Events website was born, created within the already popular New Forest Guide. The alliance also had the added bonus of bringing in Nick and Gil's friend Pete, whose wonderful photographs can be seen throughout The New Forest Guide website.
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