Hundreds of bikers join funeral procession after man dies
Allan Nicholson died after his motorbike collided with a car on the East Kilbride Expressway.
More than 500 bikers paid their respects to a man who died in a collision with an alleged drink-driver earlier this month.
The bikers joined a funeral procession for miles as Allan Nicholson was carried to his final resting place.
Around 350 bikers initially gathered at Glasgow Western Retail Park off the A82 and followed the hearse of the 24-year-old along the M8, the Erskine Bridge and finally Clydebank Dalnottar Crematorium.
An extra 150 riders joined the fleet of bikes en route to the crematorium.
Mr Nicholson died after his motorbike collided with a car on the East Kilbride Expressway.
He was thrown from his bike and pronounced dead at the scene at November 10.
William McLean, of Glasgow, has been charged with death by dangerous driving as well as getting behind the wheel while being drunk.
The 34-year-old made no plea or declaration during the private hearing at Hamilton Sheriff Court and was committed for further examination.