On May 2, Bulgarian and Ukrainian activists held a protest against local bikers' participation in the motorcycle race by Kremlin-supported Night Wolves group across Europe to Berlin.
Occupied Sevastopol hosted a grand motorbike show of Putin's friend, leader of 'Night Wolves' motorbike club Alexander Zaldostanov, also known as 'Surgeon.' The public was demonstrated a show called 'Fifth Reich.'
Representatives of Night Wolves motorcycle club headed by Alexander "Khirurg" Zaldostanov came to Prague on May 7.
The Ukrainian Security Service has exposed a criminal financial scheme aimed at appropriation of depositors' funds involving Russian citizen Alexander Zaldostanov, a known biker nicknamed Khirurg (the Surgeon).
Slovak intellectuals call to prevent Putin's ‘Night Wolves’ motorbike gang to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Berlin.
On August 8, at the Sevastopol bike show Russian bikers from "Night Wolves" motorcycle club lined up in the shape of swastika during a torchlight procession. The event was broadcasted on Russian national TV-channels.