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MOSCOW, December 29. /TASS/. The Night Wolves, the biggest Russian bikers' club, will continue performing with their bike shows, Alexander Zaldostanov, known under the nickname Surgeon, the leader of the club, told a news conference in TASS on Tuesday.
"Undoubtedly we will continue motorbike races," Zaldostanov said. "The races are part of our lives; they will be dedicated to some major events."
Commenting on possible race across Europe, the club’s head said they "do not to make premature plans."
"I suppose we will perform in Europe with some exclusive shows," Zaldostanov said.
On April 25, bikers from the Night Wolves club started their Moscow-Berlin motorcycle marathon dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Victory in World War II. The planned route passed through Minsk, Brest, Wroclaw, Brno, Bratislava, Vienna, Munich and Prague.
On April 27, the bikers were denied entry to Poland. The Polish Foreign Ministry said the reason for denying lay in "lack of necessary concrete information about the group’s plans on the territory of Poland." Germany earlier revoked visas of several participants of the marathon.
The Night Wolves club was set up in the Soviet Union in 1989. It sees its mission in organizing Russian and international biker rallies and festivals, promoting motor biking tourism. It participates in a number of public patriotically-oriented projects. The club has about 5,000 members and divisions in more than 30 Russian cities, as well as in Belarus, Bulgaria, Latvia, Macedonia, Romania, and Serbia.