More than 30 arrests have been made as thousands of Hells Angels bikers commemorate the club’s 50th anniversary in the UK, Sky News reports.
The Hells Angels Euro Run is a three-day event which included a private celebration at a hotel in East Surrey and culminates today with a mass “ride out” from Pease Pottage, near Crawley, to Brighton.
More than 3,000 bikers from around the world are expected to take part in the celebration to mark the landmark anniversary of the first branch of the California-based motorcycle club being set up in the UK.
Earlier this week, officers were granted powers to stop and search people within a designated area across Surrey and Sussex to tackle any anti-social behaviour.
Surrey and Sussex police forces said a total of 34 people had been detained on suspicion of drugs offences and possession of offensive weapons.