Polish Bikers to Safeguard Night Wolves Despite Nationalistic Calls
Participating in the annual pilgrimage to the Josna Gora Monastary in Czestochowa, southern Poland, which marks the traditional opening of the motorcycle season in the country, 'Katyn Rally' commander Wiktor Wegrzyn called on local bikers to adopt a resolution to ensure that the Russians receive "security and hospitality" on Polish territory.
"We, the Polish motorcyclists gathered at the 12th Rally to Jasna Gora named after Rev. Zdzislaw Peszkowski, reaffirm our solidarity with the bikers of the world, and ensure security and hospitality on Polish territory," Wegrzyn noted.
The Katyn Raid Motocross commander emphasized that a "boycott," or worse, "an attack on the Russian bikers, is something against our culture, against Polish morals." Wegrzyn noted that "we will not allow for any adventurism, and will ensure safe passage and hospitality, of the same kind that they have provided for 14 years to the motorcyclists of the Katyn Raid on all our trips to the East."
Wegrzyn asked the gathered bikers to vote on the resolution via the sounding of their horns. Agreeing to his proposal, the bikers then got down to administrative affairs, announcing that the Russians would be met April 27th at the Terespol-Brest border between Poland and Belarus, from where they would be escorted through Poland before moving south to the Czech Republic.