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Published on Jul 15, 2009
Hundreds of bikers brought traffic to a standstill across Portsmouth as they headed to the funeral ceremony of a late friend. Bikers passed through Hilsea at 3pm, travelling towards a ceremony which will lay to rest Michael Fennemore, the founder of Eagle Riders, one of the region's biggest Harley Davidson riders groups.
The family of Mr Fennemore, who died of a heart attack at home in Westbourne, near Emsworth, on July 4, led a cortege of more than 200 vehicles, travelling from St Mary's Church, Fratton, to Portchester Crematorium.
Mr Fennemore, 68, died just hours after attending a motorcycle show in Waterlooville with fellow members of the 160-strong Eagle Riders.
And members of the group - and others from across the South East - turned out in force to pay their last respects to him.
Other motorists, as well as pedestrians, stopped to watch as the police-escorted procession rode north from Fratton, towards the funeral ceremony.
Mr Fennemore leaves his wife Maria, 39-year-old son Lee and daughter Fay,