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Background: Why bike ride to Skegness was so special

The family of Adi Green decided to organise a poignant bike ride from Lincoln to Skegness in his memory because it was a journey he enjoyed making himself. Around 60 riders set from Lincoln at around 9am arriving in Skegness shortly after 11am.

Adi Green Credit: Family photo

Adi was a keen biker and regularly made the journey to Skegness with his wife Paula to enjoy a bag of chips together. Today was the first time she had retraced those steps since Adi's death on 30 August 2013.

It was following a car accident in 2004 that Adi was first diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour. Defying doctors who told him he only had months to live he carried on fighting and survived for a further nine years after various round of treatment.

Adi Green's widow Paula has set up Adi's Mission Fund and has so far raised more than £5000 for The Brain Tumour Charity.


Bikers stage charity ride in memory of cancer victim

Around 60 motorbikers have staged a charity ride from Lincoln to Skegness in memory of a man from Lincoln who died last year from a brain tumour. Adi Green's family are now raising money through Adi's Mission Fund which supports The Brain Tumour Charity.

Bikers ride into Skegness in memory of Adi Green Credit: ITV News Calendar

Adi's wife estimates they have raised hundreds of pounds with their charity bike ride and are hoping more money will come in with other fundraising events.


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