Hundreds of riders turn out on seafront for annual bike night promoting safety and raising funds for life-saving cause.
Riders roared along to Skegness seafront for the town’s annual bike night.
The event, organised by the Lifeboat Station and held outside its base, promotes biker safety and raises money for the Royal National Lifeboat Institute.
“We had over 500 bikes come along and everyone had a great time,” said Adam Holmes, press officer. “It’s an opportunity to promote bike safety and shake a few buckets and get some money in.”
Bikers from all over the Midlands turned out on an array of machines.
The event has been running for four years and it is hoped the size and success will increase each year.
The video above shows photos of the event taken by Standard photographer David Dawson.