Eighteen Harley Davidson bikers revved off on an island wide tour from August 22-28 riding in aid of the Home in Galle.
Post two successful rides the last two years, the riders returned to Sri Lanka for the third time for yet another exciting county wide tour led by the legendary Sri Lankan rider Leonard Pali, who has been a passionate biker for the past 10 years.
With all on-ground tour arrangements handled exclusively by Ceylon Roots, the group biked through Negombo the first day to Dambulla.
The group visited Sigiriya, Habarana and the surrounding areas sightseeing. On the 24th of August the bikers were led through to Trincomalee.
The riders continued on to Nuwara Eliya via Manampitiya, Mahiyanganaya and Badulla, taking in and experiencing all the beautiful scenic views along the mountainous and lush routes in Sri Lanka.
The tour continued thereafter on August 26 to Bandarawela, Haputale, Ratnapura, Matugama and Beruwala.
Heading towards Galle the following day, the bikers and crew stopped over to visit the Ruhuhu Lama Niwasaya; the reason they rode island wide for. Here the bikers made a difference in the lives of the less fortunate children at the home.
Donating everything from dry rations to clothes to little necessities, these children were given the strength to survive another day believing that there is always hope for a better future and that there will always be good souls out there who would come to their aid when in need. The Browns Group of companies are thankful and honoured to have been a part of such a humbling moment.
Just before continuing on their last lap of the tour, the bikers were escorted for a visit to the Galle Fort. Here the bikers were able to experience Sri Lanka’s old colonial influence. Riding through Kalutara, Kesbewa, Madiwela; the riders ended their tour in Colombo.