Essex Police warn bikers on their way to unauthorised event in London to not put others at risk on the roads
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Essex Police have warned motorcyclists taking part in an unauthorised bike meet in London during the Halloweeen period they will take action against anyone riding in a way that puts others in risk.
Police say during previous meetings there have been incidents of dangerous riding that posed a risk to the safety of the riders and other road users.
Large groups of bikers are expected to travel through Essex on their way to the meet.
Chief Inspector Nick Lee said: “This event has not been authorised and there is no guarantee that adequate safety arrangements are in place, so anyone taking part does so at their own risk.
“If you do decide to attend, please be mindful of your safety and that of members of the public who are not taking part.
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“We will be looking to work with participants to make sure any disruption that may occur while they pass through Essex is kept to a minimum.
“We will take action against anyone who acts anti-socially, commits crime or rides in a way that puts others at risk.
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“Any members of the public who witness such behaviour are asked to call 101.”