Hundreds of bikers gather for Remembrance Sunday ride-out in Yorkshire, UK

Hundreds of bikers gathered for a Remembrance Sunday event in Yorkshire on 13 November. The bikers came together to pay their respects to veterans and those who have died in past conflicts. It was part of the Yorkshire Ride of Remembrance, which is an event held annually from a bikers cafe near Sherburn-in-Elmet. The event is held at the Squires Bikers Cafe Bar by volunteers who help raise money for good causes. A two-minute silence was held at 11am with one biker playing The Last Post on his bugle, before over 400 bikes, tricycles and scooters proceeded out in convoy to Hemingbrough in Selby, where a church remembrance service was held. The route was 'L plate' (learner biker)-friendly, to allow non-experienced riders to take part too.