More than 400 scooters took part in a mass ride from Haverhill to Cambridge.
Haverhill Circles Scooter Club met at the Rose and Crown on April 27, where around 100 Lambretta and Vespa scooters rode to Cambridge.
Members stopped at the West Wratting crossroads to lay flowers in tribute to former member Dean Cork, who died there after being hit by a van.
In Cambridge the number of scooters swelled to over 400 celebrating St George’s Day.
Club member Paul Firman said: “The event has grown each year, with clubs from Bury St Edmunds, Sudbury, Colchester, Halstead and Felixstowe all met at The Crown on the return. “We celebrated with food and music and it was a spectacular sight, with some vehicles over 60 years old.”
Club chairman Stewart Westley said it was the club’s best turn out to date.
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