CSIF’s Moto-Solidarity Route collects 1,350 kilos of food for the Red Cross
The V Motorcycle-Solidarity Route organized by CSIF Huelva was held this Saturday and had the participation of more than 200 bikers willing to collaborate with Red Cross. The 152-kilometre circular route, which started from the El Conquero viewpoint in the capital, included as a novelty a controlled lap at the Monteblanco Circuit in La Palma del Condado, where the participants were able to ride along the track.
Attendees contributed a total of 1,350 kilos of non-perishable food that were destined to Huelva Red Cross, which reinforces the union’s social commitment. The mayor of Huelva, Gabriel Cruz, presented the trophies to clubs and motorcyclists. Club Los Tuscos was awarded as the club with the most registrations, while a motorcyclist who attended from Toledo received the prize for the participant who came from the furthest.
“The solidarity motorcycle route has become a solidarity benchmark in Huelva and an event that has greater participation and social involvement every year,” according to the president of CSIF-Huelva, Juan Manuel Quilón. In addition, Quilón thanked the sponsoring companies Vialmotor, Circuito Monteblanco, Grupo Conquero Automoción and Huelva City Council for their collaboration, because “they promote this altruistic initiative”.
Once the tour was over, at the Mandala viewpoint of El Conquero, the bikers enjoyed a twinning meal and an extensive program of activities that included live concerts by the Paco Lagares group, entertainment, raffles and gifts for the participants. . In short, a day full of solidarity and camaraderie that reaffirms the social and human commitment of the biker world in the province of Huelva and the CSIF union.