This July Bikes Against Bullies are going on their grand Tour from Land’s End to John O’Groats on two 50cc Scooters. All for one very special reason! Each year at least 15 children commit suicide due to bullying in the UK. The whole aim of this amazing journey is to remember some of those victims who felt they had no other option but to sadly take their own lives due to bullying, whilst also showing the estimated 1.5 million children who are bullied each year that not only do we care, but we are here to help them find the support and help they need.

Please click on the links below to check out the route for this amazing challenge. Each day has been split into three separate rides in the hope as many supporters can join us as possible along the route. You can also show your support by donating via our JustGiving page and by also purchasing our merchandise from our online shop

All money raised is to go on supporting our work and our charitable partners in raising the anti-bullying message, as well supporting young victims and their families

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Punk & Disorderly

Steam punk style is unusual and eclectic therefore won’t be to everyone’s taste but my aim is simply to create pieces that I think are beautiful and unique for those who appreciate the style or just like something a little different!

A little about “Steampunk”
Steam punk combines the characteristics of science fiction, fantasy and the Victorian era with the mechanical elements of industrial, steam powered,19th century machinery. This is only my interpretation, there are many extensive definitions and explanations as to what Steam punk actually is, it’s history etc but for the purposes of this page I thought I’d keep it simple.