Towns rev up with double motor fun
CLASSIC cars and gleaming bikes and mopeds were on display in Thanet as two motoring events coincided with the Jubilee weekend.
On Sunday the 31st Bucket and Spade Run, organised by the Ramsgate Old Motor and Motor Cycle Club, brought vehicles together from Brogdale Farm at Faversham to Government Acre in Ramsgate.
And thousands of bikers and petrol heads turned out for Margate Meltdown on Monday.
The bank holiday biking bonanza welcomed a motorcade of bikes from the Ace Cafe in London.
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Steve Howard was one of the originators of the Meltdown, along with Ace Cafe's Mark Wilsmore.
Steve said: "I became a mod because we wanted to be different to the rockers who seemed to be stuck in the 50s."
Bikers raised money for the Royal British Legion from raffles and souvenir sales.
Find out more about the Ramsgate Old Motor and Motor Cycle Club at www.rommcc.org.uk