A charity motorbike run in memory of a Falmouth man who was murdered in 2020 will be taking place again this year.

The Aaron Pill Memorial Bike Ride in aid of Cancer Research UK will be taking place on May 5 starting near Falmouth.

It will start at the Halfway House pub in Rame at 10am and will head for Land’s End before returning.

Bryan Johnson has organised the event, along with Clarissa Johnson in memory of her son Aaron from Falmouth who loved bikes and had a Yamaha Majestic 250 which he used to make deliveries as part of his micro-greens business.

Bryan, Aaron’s stepdad, came up with the idea after he inherited Aaron's scooter.

“This is the annual memorial ride from Falmouth to Land’s End in my son’s memory who was fatally taken from us in 2020. He loved bikes and we are raising money for Cancer Research UK,” said Clarissa on the event’s Facebook page.

Mr Johnson started the run in 2021 following the conviction of two men for the murder of Aaron at his home in Falmouth. Both men are currently serving life sentences for the killing.

For more information about the run go the event’s Facebook page