Hundreds honour Martin Jennings in Cornish bike ride

Hundreds of motorcyclists are taking part in a charity ride to honour a Cornish motorbike racer.

Martin Jennings, from Camborne, was killed in a racing accident in the Isle of Man Manx Grand Prix in 1987.

Every year since the 39-year-old's death, bikers from across the country have taken part in the charity ride.

In 2010, an estimated 1,400 bikers set off on the ride from Garras Wharf in Truro to Falmouth, with a similar number expected this year.

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