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Soldiers’ stunt supports riding to work

Lcpl Adam Conway (second row, far right) is part of the Royal Signals White Helmets

Lcpl Adam Conway (second row, far right) is part of the Royal Signals White Helmets

A human pyramid of soldiers are encouraging people to ride to work and reduce congestion.

The Royal Signals White Helmets are touring the UK throughout the summer, performing their daring motorbike display.

But the team of 30 volunteer soldiers took time out from their schedule to support Ride To Work week ahead of performances in Cardiff and Bovington this weekend.

Lance corporal Adam Conway, who lives in Buckingham, said: “The scheme is fantastic because it will most definitely help with the awareness of cyclists and motorcyclists, which is an important issue on UK roads.”

Lcpl Conway went to Buckingham School and is now a communication systems operator, having served five years in the Army including a tour in Afghanistan.

The White Helmets teamed up with motorcycle insurance broker Carole Nash to don Edwardian bowler hats for the photo shoot.

 

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