Bik­ers take a break at vil­lage pub

Kent Messenger Maidstone - - NEWS -

Fifty burly bik­ers de­scended on a vil­lage pub on the way to the sea­side on Sun­day.

The Merid­ian chap­ter of the Har­ley Owner’s Group (HOG) parked their im­pres­sive Har­leyDavid­son bikes out­side the Oak on the Green, Bearsted, and popped in­side to en­joy some cof­fee and cook­ies on their way to the Whit­stable Oys­ter fes­ti­val.

Paul Ste­wart, land­lord, said: “It was fan­tas­tic to have the guys come to the pub. They were a re­ally nice bunch and a lot of reg­u­lars and kids came along to see their beau­ti­ful bikes.

“They even do­nated to­wards our char­ity event this Satur­day where Emma Ry­der will be get­ting her hair cut off for the Lit­tle Princess Trust at 11.30am.”

Bernard Cress­well, the road cap­tain for the ride, said: “We or­gan­ise a ride ev­ery month and al­ways look to take the scenic route and avoid mo­tor­ways so the guys can ex­plore the coun­try­side.

The 70-mile ride, start­ing at Mot­ting­ham, con­tin­ued to Dod­ding­ton and across the South Downs.

Pic­ture: Andy Jones FM4861622

Har­ley David­son hogs stop­ping off at pub dur­ing mo­tor­cy­cle rally Oak on the Green, Bearsted

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