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  • Writer's pictureLinda Andrews - Editorial Assistant, Nuse Online

British Superbike Rider Gears Up For Charity

Edmund Best, a British National Superstock rider for team SymCirrus Motorsport, has declared his support for The Bridge Homelessness to Hope, a Leicester-based homeless charity.

Edmund competes nationally in British Superbike motorbike races for Market Harborough-based SymCirrus Motorsport. He recently donated a pair of tickets to a round of this year’s British Superbike series at a charity fundraiser event for The Bridge Homelessness to Hope and plans to support further activities in the future.

The Bennetts British Superbike Championship is one of the greatest domestic bike series in the world and a producer of some of the sport's hottest properties. Bikes average more than 180bhp and are capable of reaching 200mph. Races take place at tracks around the country including Donington Park, Oulton Park and Brands Hatch.

Edmund Best said:

“I've seen how passionate the people involved in the charity are and wanted to get involved to help an important issue. I was delighted to be able to support The Bridge Homelessness to Hope by offering tickets to a lucky raffle winner for one of the exciting future rounds of the British Superbike series. The charity is dedicated to helping local people who are going through the difficult challenge of finding themselves homeless and I’d love to help out more in the future.”

David Fawcett, Chief Executive at The Bridge Homelessness to Hope, added:

"We’d like to thank Edmund for his support at the particular fundraising event and hope to work with him and his amazing SymCirrus Motorsport team in the future.”

About The Bridge Homelessness to Hope:

Based on Melton Street in Leicester, The Bridge Homelessness to Hope offers a range of specialist services to people experiencing homelessness in the city including mentoring and mental health & wellbeing support. For more information, visit.


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