When bikers are angry, they are often exhausts that give voice. And there was noise yesterday in the streets of Arch, where more than 800 motorcyclists in reflective clothing from 5 departments marched to the call of the Gars section of the French Federation of Angry Bikers (FFMC).
Party store Daffy Motorcycle on the road to Toulouse, protesters took the time to hide two speed cameras (on the ring road and the Pyrenees Avenue) and perform a noisy appearance before the police in safety vest before joining the city center. An automatic radar shaped urn containing the electoral maps of thirty demonstrators was installed on a raft and burned on Gars. "A symbol of defiance of used motorbike against politicians with presidential elections approach," said Nathanael Ganglier, coordinator of the FFMC 32.
Refusal of mandatory use of retro-reflective vest, the expansion license plates to facilitate checks or request a VAT passage to 5.5% on equipment, the claims bikers are numerous nationally. And Nathanael Ganglier assures: "Actions knuckle-fist during campaign rallies is planned.