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Pilgrimage for Fife bikers

Pictured, from left, are Nick Diatchenko, Gillian Johnston, Paul Duncan (Aberlemno Hall), Mike Sinclair and Rachel Johnston.

Pictured, from left, are Nick Diatchenko, Gillian Johnston, Paul Duncan (Aberlemno Hall), Mike Sinclair and Rachel Johnston.

The Davidson Legacy and Aberlemno Hall Committee welcomed more than 100 Harley-Davidsons and riders from the Fife Charity Motorcycle Runs on Sunday.

The riders rode from Kirkcaldy to raise money for the charity Scottish Autism. A huge range of bikes was on display in the warm sunshine and afterwards many bikers went on to visit the recently restored Netherton Cottage nearby. The house, restored recently by the Davidson Legacy group, was the home of the the Davidson family of Harley-Davidson fame.

Sandy and Margaret Davidson emigrated to America in 1857 and it was their grandsons who helped to found the iconic motorcycle brand. The cottage was featured in the BBC series ‘On the Road’ with Fred MacAuley.

Pictured, from left, are Nick Diatchenko, Gillian Johnston, Paul Duncan (Aberlemno Hall), Mike Sinclair and Rachel Johnston.

 

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