Published: 12:00, 05 August 2017
Hundreds of motoring enthusiasts are descending on Aylesford to take part in one of the county's largest displays of classic bikes this weekend.
The four day International West Kent Run sees owners of vintage bikes wind their way through a 100 mile course from the village's 12th century priory through the countryside and back.
The event is organised by the west Kent section of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club and is now in its 33rd year, regularly attracting participants from across Europe.
Today the Friars is be hosting a public exhibition, giving visitors the chance to see the historic machines up close. There will also be a gymkhana, a concours event, an avenue of clubs and jumble sale.
All proceeds from the public event will be donated to Headway in West Kent, a charity which supports victims of brain injury.
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