Tasmania Police monitor Bandidos as national run begins on Bass Highway

Tasmania Police has advised the public that a large group of Bandidos Outlaw Motorcycle Club members have hit the road on Bass Highway this morning. 

The group have departed Devonport on the way to Burnie as part of their national run visit to Tasmania with police closely monitoring the 200 or so members.

Tasmania Police said stated a large group of motorcyclists can be intimidating to many members of the public and its aim was to minimise disruption to commuters and the general public.

Tasmania Police monitoring the Bandidos Outlaw Motorcycle Club on Friday morning. Picture: Tasmania Police.

Tasmania Police monitoring the Bandidos Outlaw Motorcycle Club on Friday morning. Picture: Tasmania Police.

The Bandidos will ride along the Bass Highway to Burnie and will return to Devonport via the same route on Friday afternoon.

Tasmania Police will continue to monitor the Bandidos Outlaw Motorcycle Club members for the duration of their in the state.

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