MOTORBIKE mad celebrities rode in convoy through Wembley as part of a charity event.
More than 200 bikers, including comedian Ross Noble and television presenter Adrian Chiles, met at the world-famous biker cafe Ace Cafe London, in Ace Corner, at 8am on Saturday.
They then rode to London’s biggest bike event, the Carole Nash MCN Motorcycle Show at the ExCel centre in London Docklands.
All participants donated £5 to Riders for Health, a charity which maintains vehicles for health workers in Africa to deliver care to isolated communities, and a total of £3,411 was raised during the weekend.
Ross Noble said: “It was great to arrive at ExCeL in style, in a convoy with hundreds of other bikers. Everyone taking part is supporting a worthy charity.”
Steve Keys, ex-bike racing champion and Stephen Bowman, member of classical boy band Blake, also took part.
The motorbike show showcased stunts, riders and the latest riding gear.