About Us

Our Patron
Jamie Whitham 6 times British Champion, now commentating for Sky TV is the Patron for the Road Racing Legends Organisation. Whilst donating his time to aid in the various tasks and activities we do for the charities we support, Jamie aids in the development and testing of new and improved technologies for the Moto GP world with various manufacturers from all over the world. It is an honour and a pleasure to have such a gentleman at the forefront of our organisation.
Our Approach
Unlike some organisations, Road Racing Legends take a friendly and casual approach to the work we do and the events we stage. We pride ourselves on being able to provide a welcome atmosphere to those who wish to take part in the charitable activities we are involved with.
Where are we?
Our base of operations is based mainly in the small market town of Oswestry in rural North Shropshire. However our work spans many different places. The charities we support and the work that we do not only benefits those in the local area, but many people who deserve our help all over the UK.
The charities we support.
Some of the charities we support are amongst the most well known. We have held strong and productive relationships with the following to name but a few:

  • Rob Vine Fund
  • Robert Dunlop Memorial Fund
  • The Richie Appeal
  • TTRA (TT Riders Association)
  • Helicopter Fund (ISle of Man)
  • Helicopter Fund (Powys)
  • David Jefferies Memorial Fund
  • The Cyril Jones Fund
  • Bishops Castle Community Hospital
  • South Shropshire Youth Forum Memorial Fund
  • Debra Dennis (Repairs to Wheelchair)
  • (Two) Electric Wheelchairs (Recipients do not wish to be named)
  • Little Hearts Matter
  • North West Air Ambulance
  • British Heart Foundation UK
  • The Kenyan School Project (Shropshire)
  • Nick Crow Driver Side Car 2009 TT
  • Mark Cox Passenger Side Car 2009 TT
  • Cruise Bereavement Care (Shropshire)
  • John McBride Support Fund (Isle Of Man)
  • Conor Cummins Injury Fund 2010
  • Cycle For Sue (for Motor Neuron Disease Association and The Severn Hospice)
  • TTRA Injury Fund 2011
  • Gavin Hunt Injury Fund 2011
  • Conor Cummins Injury Fund 2011
  • Amy Walden Cancer Fund 2011
  • ACU Benevolent Fund IOM 2011
  • Tonfanau Race Track (tarmac fund) 2011
  • Shropshire & Mid Wales Hospice 2012
  • Youth forum (Craven Arms Car Project)
  • London Marathon for Jones and Agnes Orthopeadic Hospital (Seb/Steve/Mat 2012)
  • Marc Cox, Rick Long Biek Ride IOM Fundraiser 2012
  • ACU Benevolent Fund IOM 2012
  • ARMOY Racing Club Hats

Corporate Sponsoring.
As well as being involved with various charities, we are also sponsored by much of the local Corporate Sector within and outside of the Racing Sport itself. By bringing in corporate sponsors and working closely with them we have been able to achieve mutually beneficial goals with respect to exposure and organisation profile, thus giving us the ability to spread the positive effects of the work we do to more areas around the UK.