Over a thousand bikers took to the streets of Sheffield for their very own Easter parade today all to raise money for Sheffield Children's Hospital. And leading them was Doncaster's former world superbike champion James Toseland.
Over 1000 bikers had their very own Easter parade through the streets of Sheffield. They finished their ride at Sheffield Children's Hospital and hope to raise over £5,000 for it through donations.
Leading them through the city streets was former world super bike champion James Toseland who, with his wife singer Katie Melua, are hospital patrons. Both were on hand to deliver Easter eggs to children on the wards.
Former World Superbike Champion James Toseland is leading a parade of around 2000 motorcyclists through Sheffield to raise money for The Children's Hospital Charity.
– James Toseland
The Children’s Hospital is a very special place and the staff do incredible work, so it’s always an absolute pleasure to support this event each year.
The motorcyclists who come along are always so generous and supportive and I am always touched by the strength and courage of the patients and their families at the hospital - it’s a really humbling experience. “