MORE than 250 Harley Davidson bikers roared along the streets of Burnham-on-Sea to raise money for three charities.

Bikers from across the country rode through the town’s main High Street on Sunday (May 4) and parked up on the South Esplanade so visitors could admire their bikes.

Visitors had the chance to speak to the owners of the bikes to find out more about their history and take a seat on the iconic rides.

The event, which was organised by the Bridgwater Harley Owners Group, raised funds for the Teenage Cancer Trust, Great Western Air Ambulance and BARB Search and Rescue.

A spokesman for the Bridgwater Harley Owners Group said the event was a big success and said they are looking forward to hosting more fundraising events later this year.

Bridgwater Harley Owners Group was formed in 1989 and is the second oldest motorbiking club in Europe.

The club said money raised at the event will be evenly split between the three charities and thanked visitors for their support.