Bandidos’ arrival in Tasmania is trouble-free

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POLICE have reported no incidents related to the arrival of the Bandidos motorcycle gang in Tasmania.

About 30 bikies began arriving in the state on board the Spirit of Tasmania and other transport on Saturday as part of their national run later this week.

The Bandidos have scheduled activities in Tasmania until next Sunday, with a smaller group to travel to southern Tasmania on Monday and Tuesday before returning to Devonport on Wednesday.

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Tasmania Police western district commander Johnathan Higgins said there had been no incidents reported.

Commander Higgins said 70 more Bandidos members would arrive in the state by Sunday morning.

About 130 more are expected to arrive on Friday, with 300 expected to take part in the main ride.

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