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Motorbikers all in a lather after bikini-clad bike wash

Cumbrian women literally stopped traffic when they decided to raise some Easter cash for local charities.

The brave group ditched their clothes and took to the city streets to wash as many motorbikes as they could – in their bikinis.

The sponsored bikini bike wash was organised by local bikers Steve Vernon and Amanda Kay as part of their annual Easter egg run to raise money for the Eden Valley Hospice’s Jigsaw Appeal and the Cumberland Infirmary’s Willow B Renal Ward.

More than 80 bikers turned up to have their bikes washed, each donating an Easter egg for the charities.

Amanda was one of the bikini babes at the bike wash outside the St Nicholas Arms pub on London Road. She was joined by friends Pat Simpson, Sharon Wiggan and Jenny Baty, and their sexy stunt seemed to capture the imagination as the group raised £1,300 for their chosen charities.

Amanda said: “We are up for most things and it was a good laugh.

“The only concern was the weather but it was quite warm so we were fine and the money we raised made it all worth while.”

Meanwhile there was an unexpected Easter heatwave in Cumbria with temperatures reaching 15C, and the warm weather is expected to continue this week.

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