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WARSAW, May 2. /TASS/. Russian bikers from the Night Wolves Russian biking club who are now making a rally ‘Roads of Victory Leading to Berlin’ have arrived in Europe in bypass of the Polish territory after Poland had denied entry to them, Andrei Bobrovsky, the captain of the rally told TASS on Monday.
"The Night Wolves have broken into Europe all the same," he said.
"We‘re now in Slovakia and leave for Brno, Czech Republic, on Tuesday to merge with the group who didn’t manage to cross Poland," Bobrovsky said.
He refused to specify the route by which the ‘fellow-wolves’ had managed to get to Europe bypassing Poland.
"That’s a secret," Bobrovsky said adding that the team has twenty bikers at the moment but their number will grow as the rally moves towards Berlin. By the time the motorcade reaches the German capital, it will likely have several hundred bikers.