A motorcycle group has volunteered to help in the local community by fixing a vandalised school, clearing up glass and fundraising.

Forgotten Riders M.C.C Motorcycle Club is a group of motorcycle enthusiasts that are based in Holywell.

While they are "just mates that like bikes" according to the club's secretary and founding group member 'Needles', they also rev their engines for a good cause, carrying out fundraising and philanthropic activities. 

On Tuesday, (September 27) members Needles and Stax, headed down to a Flintshire primary school to clean up after it was brought to their attention that equipment had been vandalised. 

The pair repaired damage to the school shed as well as retrieved school toys that had been thrown onto the roof. 

The Leader: Stax helping vandalised primary schoolStax helping vandalised primary school (Image: Forgotten Riders MCC)

Needles said: "There's been a real down turn in community spirit, so we want to get out there and do our bit.

"Not for the praise or attention, but to really help out in the local community."

The group didn't stop there with their community work this week, yesterday, Wednesday 28, members of the club headed to a local park to clean up broken glass that had been reported. 

While the group may look intimidating in their traditional motorcycle leather they are trying to break any bad stereotypes surrounding motorcycle groups and help out where they can. 

In July the team held a bike show in Holywell which raised £2,539.71 for the Special Care Baby Unit in Glan Clwyd. 

The group predicted there were around 600 bikes in attendance and over 6,000 people in attendance. 

The group is hoping to host an even bigger show next year, as well as continue their community endeavors in the meantime.