While school years are the perfect time to learn and grow, they can also prove to be a truly difficult period in one’s life, especially when you’re a teenager. 16-year-old Chloe Robson, from County Durham in the UK can attest to that since she’s been a target of bullying since the age of 7. No wonder she’s been dreading the reactions she’d get at prom.


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Fortunately, on June 28th, her uncle Grant Robson, the man behind “North East Bikers Against Bullies” came to her rescue, as he organized a 126 biker entourage for his niece. “It was a big shock when we heard the engines and all the bikers turned up – I wasn’t expecting that many but it made me feel supported and confident,” Chloe told Daily Mail. And it was quite a sight! “It was an indescribable moment – my friends all ran up and said ‘wow, that was an entrance’.” the girl recalled.

This act of kindness gave Chloe confidence and she’s not the only person out there who needs it. “North East Bikers Against Bullies” often do rides to inspire and encourage kids who are bullied. Scroll down to see the full story and tell us what you think!

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16-year-old student Chloe Robson, from County Durham in the UK, has been bullied since the age of 7

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She endured a difficult time at school, going even as far as physical pushing, shoving and having objects thrown at her

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“The bullying had a bad effect, it made me feel left out and alone. I had no-one to talk to about it and worried if I said anything it would get around”

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It’s no wonder she had been dreading her peers’ reactions at prom

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But her uncle Grant Robson had a plan when prom day arrived

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He is the man behind “North East Bikers Against Bullies”, a group of bikers raising awareness against bullies

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He gathered a group of 126 bikers to accompany his niece Chloe to her prom

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“It was a big shock when we heard the engines and all the bikers turned up” Chloe said

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“I wasn’t expecting that many but it made me feel supported and confident”

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Chloe has been bullied and attacked as her peers nit-picked the way she looked and talked

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However, she says that this act of kindness has inspired her

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It gave her confidence that she couldn’t find before

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And sent a powerful message that what bullies say doesn’t define you

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And it was truly one hell of a sight as 127 bikers drove past the building

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“It was an indescribable moment – my friends all ran up and said ‘wow, that was an entrance’.”

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Chloe wasn’t the only person that had such an entourage

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“North East Bikers Against Bullies” often ride with other bullied kids to raise awareness about the problem

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Just as they did with Chloe, these bikers want to support and encourage everyone that’s been bullied

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Watch the full video below to see how “North East Bikers Against Bullies” accompanied Chloe to prom

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