The Salamanca Association against Bullying and Cyberbullying, ASCBYC, celebrated this Sunday the IV Wheels Against Bullying Concentration with a 137-kilometre biker march through the province of Salamanca. More than a hundred bikers have participated in this event to “make noise” and raise awareness in society against bullying.

The route, which has started from the Charra capital and has stopped in the Plaza Mayor with a speech to give visibility to the work carried out by Proyecto Lobo and the different biker groups against harassment, has made its way to Miranda de Azán. To do this, it has passed through towns such as Aldeatejada, Guijuelo, Salvatierra de Tormes, Galinduste, Alba de Tormes or Martinamor.

A total of 137 kilometers culminating at noon with a paella and different musical and leisure activities.

The president of the Association, Carmen Guillén, has pointed out that “solutions must be found, the problem exists […] and at ASCBYC we work daily for it”. Likewise, she has revealed herself to be grateful for the signs of support received from different associations of motorcycle lovers.