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Thousands set to arrive for one of UK’s biggest Harley Davidson rallies

PUBLISHED: 08:39 28 July 2018 | UPDATED: 08:39 28 July 2018

Last year's rally was well attended, Picture: Adam Lazzari.

Last year's rally was well attended, Picture: Adam Lazzari.

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Thousands of people are expected to visit Fakenham, Wells and Sheringham for the annual Harley Davidson Owner’s Group (HOG) rally today.

Proceedings started on July 26, with live music at Fakenham Racecourse.

The first ride out was on Friday, July 27 which saw riders drive around 250 bikes to Wells to join Norfolk Day celebrations. Today, riders will park around 500 bikes in Fakenham between 9am and 10.30am before departing for Sheringham at 11am.

The event is also supported and organised by Sam Papworth of Papworth’s Butchers and Liam O’Sullivan of Gallery Bistro.

Bikers must buy a ticket at Fakenham Racecourse before they set off and riders are not allowed to join the procession along the route, as has been done previously. Sponsors are Newmarket and Norwich Harley Davidson.

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