Biker night at Anchor

TWO-WHEELING enthusiasts will be setting up camp at a Friskney pub over the weekend.

Online motorcycle group Biker Match will be meeting in the flesh at the Anchor Inn from Friday at noon until Sunday at 5pm.

This weekend, the second annual meet, will include two nights of live music.

On Friday Rooters, a rock covers band which started in around 1992, will be performing in front of the biker crowds.

The band plays songs by artists such as such as Gary Moore, Queen, Black Sabbath, Thin Lizzy and Led Zeppelin.

On Saturday Piledriver, a Status Quo covers band, will be playing at the Church End venue.

The band is formed of the same members as Riff Raff, a local rock covers band.

There will also be a rideout on Saturday with Bikerbill.

Camping is in the pub garden for the first 40 tents, then the neighbouring field will be used.

Cars will not be permitted in the field or pub garden but can be parked on the road outside the pub.

The event is mainly for BM members. People can sign up at, and attendance is £5 per person.

Biker Match started as a dating site in 2006, however is now a more social website.

The group now pride themselves on organising rideouts, meet ups, BBQs and international trips as well as its own rally called the KISS (Keep It Simple, Stupid) Rally.

It has more than 50,000 members across the UK.

For more information visit the website above or call the pub on 01754 820212.