TWO more motorcycle rides have been organised across the UK to commemorate PC Andrew Harper.

There are now three rides of respect due to take place this month in the north and south of England and in Wales to remember PC Harper, 28, who was killed while responding to reports of a burglary in Sulhamstead, in August.

A 'Ride of Respect' in the south of England was the first to be organised by Sian Sloper and is due to take place this month, although dates and routes have not been confirmed.

Following this idea, two more have been arranged in the north of England and in Wales.

On Sunday September 15, at 12pm, riders in the north will meet at Haydock Racecourse, Newton-le-Willows riding to Veterans Garage Barton Aerodrome.

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So far, the Facebook page, PC Harper North of England Ride of Respect has more than 750 likes.

Similarly, a ride is taking place in Wales on September 22.

Kevin Burke, aged 56 and of Hightown in Wrexham, said he felt compelled to organise the ride out of respect for PC Harper, after hearing of the events in England.

Mr Burke said: "There's one being held down south and I just thought it would be nice if we held one up here in the north as well."

The riders will meet between 10am and 10.30am and will leave at 11.15am after a safety briefing.

Mr Burke added: "We'll be taking the coast road to Colwyn Bay, stopping at Eirias Park and then going to Llandudno.

"I'm hoping to get permission to end the ride and park at the cenotaph."

Mr Burke said at present he is expecting about 30 to 40 bikers to take part, but anyone is welcome to join the ride.

"The more people who come, the better," he said.

"It is a ride of respect.

"We won't be pushing for people to make donations but any money we do raise on the day, we're going to donate to PC Harper's widow."