Glasgow & West Scotland

Bikers take part in Easter Egg Run for Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity

Bikers from across Scotland have taken part in the annual Easter Egg run event.

More than 1,000 bikers, many in fancy dress, ride in the yearly Scottish parade which raises money for Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity.

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Image caption The Easter bunny was on hand to wave the bikers off
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Image caption They set off at about 11:00 from Greendyke Street beside Glasgow Green
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Image caption More than 1,000 bikers on motorbikes, trikes and scooters took part
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Image caption Many donned fancy dress and Easter-themed outfits for the event
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Image caption The new route took in the Broomielaw before crossing the Squinty Bridge and heading up Govan Road
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Image caption There were no registration fee but every biker was asked to make a suggested donation of £10
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Image caption The procession ended at the charity's new home at the Royal Hospital for Children

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