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BERLIN, May 8. /TASS/. Bikers from the Night Wolves motorcycling club who are making their second historical ride across Europe dedicated to the Victory Day (The Roads of Victory - to Berlin) on Sunday crossed the border between the Czech Republic and Germany and are now heading for Berlin.
TASS was told that the bikers had no problems at the Czech-German border, with their documents checked on a random basis.
On their way to Berlin, the Nigh Wolves visited Dresden.
On Saturday, the Night Wolves bikers honored the memory of 437 Soviet soldiers buried at Olsany cemetery located in downtown Prague. They laid wreaths and flowers at the monument to the Soviet liberator soldier there.
The motor rally "Roads of Victory - To Berlin" was organized by the Night Wolves motorcycling club. Bikers started their rally on April 29 from the Moscow Biker Center. Their route lies through the territory of Russia, Belarus, Poland, Slovakia, Austria, Czech Republic and Germany. It is planned to end on May 9 in Berlin to celebrate the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany.
Last year the Night Wolves held a similar rally dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War if 1941-1945. They set out from Moscow on April 25, and their route lay through Minsk, Brest, Wroclaw, Brno, Bratislava, Vienna, Munich, Prague and Berlin.