Hundreds of bikers have taken to the roads of Northumberland as part of the annual Easter egg run.
Motorcyclists gathered at the Woodhorn Museum near Ashington before setting off on a 60 mile route.
Each biker bought an Easter egg with them, which are then distributed to children across the region.
It also raises hundreds of pounds for the Great North Air Ambulance.
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