Denroy Dixon Memorial Ride Out Sunday 23rd August 2009

RIP Denroy Orlando Dixon aged 45years.AKA Dixie, Tibbs, Diesel

Taken from us on Sunday 16th August 2009 whilst riding along the London Road in Stanford Rivers, Ongar at the junction with Shonks Mill Road.

In a fatal collison with a Mitsubishi Pagero 4x4. Denroy died on impact, he didn’t stand a chance.

Denroy was rider for over 15 years, a father, a son, a brother, a business man, a straight up honest hardworking man.

Ride Long, Ride high my friend.


AKA RAS TLR(If you cannot see the attached flyer, message me and I will send you the details for Sunday 23rd August ride out.)



RIP fella, my thoughts and condolences to your family and friends.

My wishes drives out to his family and friends…Peace

RIP Denroy.

Steve, I’m very sorry to hear of your friend’s accident. I hope the memorial ride went well.

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RIP Denroy

honoured to ride in your memory today.

We came past the spot this afternoon, lots of tributes placed there

RIP Denroy

RIP and Forever Ride Free!

Thanks to everyone for your messages of condolence.

Although we were a bit late getting to the crash site, we still had a very big turnout.

Bikers from north, south, east and west came along to remember Denroy. Bikers who didn’t even know Denroy came along to show their respects. This passion we all have for riding is what makes us all the way we are.

I’m proud to belong to what I can only describe as an Elite community, and that is the biker community.

I’m sure Denroy was looking down and realising what a special guy he was to have made bikers from all over, come together in this way.

Again my thanks to all that attended, both car drivers and bikers.

Denroy is gone but will never be forgotten.

I will be posting some photos of the day to share with you guys who were unable to make it. I will also keep you up to date as to when the funeral will be. Bikers will be leading the funeral precession.

RIP my friend


passed by this psot today, lots ofroadside tributes, i stopped for a few minutes to pay my repsects,

RIP fella.