MEMBERS of a High Wycombe-based motorcycle club endured topless chocolate wrestling and various other fun and games when they collected £2,734 for the Thames Valley and Chilterns Air Ambulance.

Insane Motorcycle Club presented the money to air ambulance representatives, at the White Waltham airfield, on Sunday, after raising the cash through individual donations and a prize draw at the Insanity Rally held at Slough Rugby Club, Upton Park.

A spokesman from the club said: "The rally was over three days in July and featured several live bands, topless chocolate wrestling, silly games, drinking, eating and mountain bike jousting, a bike show and funky moped grasstrack drag racing.

"Prizes were kindly presented at the rally by Gerry Anderson, creator of Thunderbirds, who is the patron of the Thames Valley and Chilterns Air Ambulance."

The fundraising event was in recognition of the work carried out by air ambulance staff when they attended a motorbike accident involving a member of the motorcycle club three years ago.

The spokesman added: "Without the help of the air ambulance I don't think she would have survived so it's our way of saying thanks."

The weekend event, which attracted a crowd of 450 guests, was organised entirely by the 20 members of Insane Motorcycle Club.

One member, Peter Myers, of Stokenchurch, said: "The weekend went exceptionally well, despite the weather.

"Even though it was probably the wettest weekend of the year we still managed to drink the bar dry.

"We're already planning next year's rally."