Friends Of Huck Current Auction Items Online‏

The online auction is now well under-way for Mark Hucklebridge, who is battling terminal cancer. The money will go towards the 'Friends of Huck' Appeal, helping seriously injured/ill MX riders and Cancer Charities.

New items on online for Friends of Huck linked below:-

We are using a new selling system www.selloo.co.uk as this allows us to make more money for Friends of Huck and gets rid of the high eBay fees.

CHRIS WALKER T-SHIRT

SIGNED SHAUN SIMPSON T-SHIRT

EKS GOGGLES

SIGNED BRADLEY SMITH KIDS T-SHIRT

SIGNED KEN DE DYCKER HAT

PIRELLI PADDOCK JACKET

K TECH SWEATSHIRT

SIGNED FABIEN IZOIRD RACE PANTS

I would personally like to thank everyone that has donated items to the Appeal so far it is very much appreciated. I will continue to run the auction for as long as I can get items to sell.

We are asking anyone who may have something they can donate that we can sell to please get in touch with us and help us raise as much money as possible. Huck has put so much into our sport and now it is our turn to put into Huck and help him. If you have anything, signed, unsigned, race kit, products, tickets, anything we will sell! Please e-mail carly.rathmell@btinternet.com to arrange delivery, logos etc.

Friends of Huck

As most are aware 36-year-old ex-top Motocross rider Mark Hucklebridge is suffering from terminal cancer. He recently went for a scan and has sadly been told the cancer has spread and his blood levels have risen again. Despite this setback Huck being his usual positive self has decided to race at Farleigh Castle in the Vets MX des Nations - (http://www.vetsmxdn2014.co.uk/) this weekend before restarting intensive chemotherapy next week in the hope to keep prolonging his life.

To keep his spirits high and mind occupied Mark has been thinking about what should be done with all the monies that has currently been raised and the money that is intended to be raised to help his cause. Mark is so touched and grateful by the amount of people who have got behind him and the cause and the generosity from everyone has been incredible, he is eternally grateful. He has now applied for charity status and Hope For Huck will now become FRIENDS OF HUCK.

Friends of Huck will now split any monies raised between various Cancer charities including that of The Forever Friends Appeal who have been treating him with chemo. As Mark has grown up in and around the motocross industry the majority of the money will also go to riders who have been seriously injured or suffering a serious illness and are no longer able to live the life they once did.

Plans are currently in place for a new website, Mark is awaiting the charity number to come through plus a dedicated bank account has now been set up. The online selloo auctions will continue to run for as long as we can get items to sell and various events can be set up via the new website. This will ensure now there is one point where every event done for Huck goes through one channel as Huck and his family wish to thank people who have been involved.

Mark Hucklebridge - "I'm astounded by the support I have been given by people since my cancer was diagnosed as terminal in February and it's totally overwhelming what people have done for me.

Sometimes I've not known what has been going on and this is my reason for setting up the Friends of Huck Charity. The charity will be one point of call for everyone; we can then see what is being raised and who is raising it.

I also want to put something into the sport that has been most of my life and also the sport which has supported me the most through these horrible times. There is nothing set up for riders that have become seriously injured in motocross or for any rider and their family that might be going through similar to what I am so that's what I wish to do.

I would personally like to thank everyone who has donated, competed, bought or contributed in any shape or form since my diagnosis, I can't possibly thank you enough, I wish I could. I hope Friends of Huck will always continue to run and be successful in future years."


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