Dream machines prove a hit with young hospital patients

Roger Wright shows six-year-old Adam Sokoli his gleaming Fat Boy bike

Ella Clark, eight, tries out one of the machines

First published in News

THE rumble of Harley Davidsons echoed around Oxford’s John Radcliffe Hospital as riders delivered toys to child patients.

The annual event, organised the Oxford Chapter of the Harley Davidson Owners’ Group, took place at the Headington hospital on Sunday morning.

Ella Clark, eight, is pictured above, trying out one of the dream machines.

Roger Wright said: “We had about 130 bikes there from the various chapters, including from Oxford, Bridgewater and the Thames Valley chapter.”

Mr Wright, from Bicester, was on his fourth annual toy run to the hospital.

He added: “There were a load of kids there and they were really excited when we started up the bikes and revved them.”

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