Thousands of spectators lined the streets of a seaside resort in Norfolk to see more than 500 Harley Davidson motorbikes riding into town.
The Fenlanders Chapter of the Harley Owners Group descended into Sheringham from Fakenham for its annual rally.
It is the third time the bikers have rode into the town and the two-mile-long rally helped to support this year’s carnival, as organiser and The Lobster landlord Graham Deans explained.
This year the event help raise cash for carnival medical equipment and defibrillators. The plan is to raise between £1,500 and £2,000 from the rally.
Sheringham town mayor Patricia Brooks, carnival queen Shannon Cramp and attendants Cheryl Copeland and Brianné Neale, also turned out in fill support.
The rally was led by road captain Neil Sturman and also helped to raise funds for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution.