Dozens of motorbikes have escorted the elimination of the physique of a Northern Eire biker, who died in a Co Meath race on the weekend.
Twenty-year-old Jack Oliver was participating in an occasion on the Crossakiel circuit, a part of the Kells Highway Races, when he was concerned in a collision at round 1.30pm on Sunday. He was pronounced useless on the scene.
On Thursday afternoon, dozens of motorbikes escorted Mr Oliver’s hearse, which bore a crimson flower association that spelled out “Wee Jacko”, from Navan, Co Meath to his residence in Limavady.
The bike escort was attributable to meet at Dillonsland at 1.30pm, and escort the hearse to Dundalk the place extra bikers and pals of Mr Oliver had been anticipated to affix the procession.
It was then scheduled to journey to Newry, Belfast and Dungiven, earlier than returning to Mr Oliver’s residence in Limavady.
Kells Highway Races stated in a put up on its Fb web page that the “little membership is totally coronary heart damaged” by his dying.
Mr Oliver’s funeral can be held at 2pm on Sunday in Carrick Parish Church, adopted by a burial in Enagh Cemetery at 3pm.