When motorcyclist Les Cleeve signed up to take part in a 2,500km charity ride across South Africa, he had no idea who his riding mates would be.
But when Mr Cleeve, a father of four from Titchener Close, Bicester, reached the starting line in Durban, his 105 fellow riders included two very famous faces — Princes William and Harry.
Mr Cleeve, who flew home yesterday after the eight-day ride finished in Port Elizabeth on Saturday, said: "I didn't really have any preconceptions about what they were going to be like and we didn't know formally until a couple of weeks before that they were going.
"Everybody thought nobody would get near them, because of their position, and that they would be surrounded by a veil of security, but they were actually part of the team and fitted in with everybody else."
The 56-year-old described the royal pair as good riders and "perfectly normal guys".To read the rest of the article: http://www.thisisoxfordshire.co.uk/news/3796938.Biker_joins_princes_on_Africa_trip/