Bikers from across the country to attend funeral of popular rider Bob Price on Tuesday

Bikers from across the country to attend funeral of popular rider Bob Price on Tuesday

Bob receiving an award for a 2002 race

The SNJ received many tributes to the man known as 'Bomb'

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Stroud News and Journal: Will Mata SNJ by , Reporter

BIKERS from all over the country will come to Minchinhampton to say a final goodbye to popular rider Bob Price, whose funeral will be held Tuesday.

Minchinhampton Church will hold the funeral for Bob, who owned a car body repair shop in Chalford and died competing in the Isle of Man TT race on Monday, June 2.

He died, aged 65, after coming off his bike near the village of Ballaugh whilst riding in the Supersport category.

Having first competed in the TT in 1992, 'Bomb', as he was known, was an enthusiastic rider who achieved a podium position in the MGP Junior Classic and Senior Classic rides in 2002.

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