The Martin Jennings Memorial Motorcycle Run which was postponed last Sunday due to the inclement weather forecast, is hoping go ahead this coming Sunday.

Hopefully it will be third time lucky, but all is dependent on what the weather forecasters are saying for the weekend.

Dave Saunby the run organiser for the past 34 years says: "The Jennings Run has over the last 20 years or so, has always been weather dependent, because of the huge numbers of motorcycles involved, amounting to over 1,000 bikes in convoy, which could prove very hazardous in wet conditions, especially for the young and inexperienced riders.

"The safety of all taking part has to be paramount, especially when organising a motorcycle run of this size.

"We just need to be patient, and wait for the right weather conditions to allow the run to go ahead, even it if takes to Christmas, but it will happen eventually."

Because of the Triathlon event going on in Falmouth on Sunday out the seafront, with road closures in place along Cliff Road, the route has been altered slightly to miss out the seafront for the very first time.

The amended route into Falmouth will be: Penryn Bypass, Ponsharden, North Parade, Greenbank, High Street, Market Street, Church Street, Arwenack Street, Grove Place, Bar Road, Castle Drive, Castle Hill, Melville Road, Western Terrace, finishing at the Falmouth Recreation Ground at 4.15 pm.

The rest of the afternoon route remains basically the same.

Bikes will start to assemble from 8.30am, at the Tregurra Park and Ride Car Park Truro, leaving at 11am, on a countywide ride of approximately 100 miles, with a brief stop in Beacon Square, Camborne (Martin Jennings home village at about 3pm, where a minute's silence will be observed in memory of Martin and other bikers who have lost their lives on the roads of Cornwall.

A Just Giving page has been set up to help raise the £10,000 target to sponsor a Guide Dog for The Blind from puppy training right through to being handed over to its new owner.

For the lastest up to date information, including route timings, go to the Martin Jennings Memorial Motorcycle Run facebook page.