It’s this bike tonight…

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Diverse Abilities, Dorset’s disability charity, joined the Dream Machines event on Poole Quay organised by BCP Council as guest judges for Bike Of The Night.

Diverse Abilities, Dorset’s disability charity, joined the Dream Machines event on Poole Quay organised by BCP Council as guest judges for Bike Of The Night.
Jeff and Pete, who are supported by the charity’s Supported Living Service, are regular spectators at the event and had the opportunity to view the bikes on display along the quay front. Together they chose a bike as the evening’s Bike Of The Night, and to go forward to the Bike Of The Year competition at the end of September.
The winner was David Hambly from Warminster with his BMW S1000 (pictured with Jeff). Jeff and Pete agreed this was their favourite as it looked fast, and they loved the colours – red, white and blue. David is a regular visitor to the event and was pleased to be going home with Bike Of The Night title.
Lauren Kyprianou, personal support assistant, said: “The guys love coming to bike night every week. It’s a great opportunity to meet up with friends, chat about the bikes and have a drink in the pub. “It was fantastic to be so involved in this week’s event and we’re looking forward to seeing how David’s bike does in Bike Of The Year this September.”
Dream Machines takes place every Tuesday from April to September on Poole Quay from 6pm until 10pm, with this year’s Bike Of The Year competition taking place on Tuesday, September 27.

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