Russian bikers return to Brest after refusing entry to Poland


The press center of the Belarusian State Border Committee reported that all the bikers of the "Night Wolves" motorcycle club returned to Brest, Belarus, where they are staying at the moment.

The Russian bikers belonging to the motorcycle club "Night Wolves" returned to Brest, Belarus, after Poland had refused entry, the press center of the State Border Committee of Belarus told RIA Novosti on Monday.

The "Night Wolves" club decided to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War by a motocross Moscow-Berlin. From April 25 to May 9, the bikers had planned to pass through the cities of Moscow, Minsk, Brest, Wroclaw, Brno, Bratislava, Vienna, Munich, Prague, Torgau, Karlshorst, Berlin. On Monday, the Russian bikers set off in Belarus and directed to Poland. However, the Polish frontier guards didn`t let them into the country.

"All the bikers returned to the territory of Belarus, they were not allowed to Poland. Now they are having rest in Brest," the Border Committee press center reports.

According to "Live Journal" of the motorcycle club, the bikers intend to apply to the Consulate General of Russia in Brest.

Text and pictures by RIA Novosti