Biker event sees Mods and Rockers congregate on Hunstanton Green
Bike enthusiasts flocked in to Hunstanton on Sunday from different areas to meet up on the green.
Organised by Peter Sampson and David Garwood the collection of bikes was quite the spectacle.
Gathering between 2pm and 5pm the mods and rockers parked at the North Promenade entrance in Sunny Hunny.
Some 200 bikes were on show with their owners having travelled separately to this unofficial meet up.
Peter Sampson who has helped organise the event said: "This is a ride out from King's Lynn to Sunny Hunny and we sometimes ride through Dersingham and Snettisham.
"If the weather is too rainy or windy we call it off and move it, which is fins as it is an unofficial event.
"It is really popular and everyone looks forward to it as it was called off last year due to Covid-19.
"People can meet at Knights Hill and other points in the county and it's good to have the bikes involved. One year we had a dog in a side car with its own helmet and Go-Pro.
"The beauty of it is people can just turn up as there are no regulations. There is a big influx of people who all buy fish and chips and the local businesses like it.
"People who enjoy riding scooters also enjoy the music scene of ska, Northern soul and reggae. The scooters and bikes always bring joy and a smile to peoples faces and everyone comes out and takes photos."
Information can be found on Facebook page Mods and Rockers ride out Hunstanton.
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