A MASS PROTEST of up to 7,000 bikers is set to take the M25 by storm, causing heavy traffic along the motorway.

Tomorrow (Friday April 11) it's expected that the protest rally of around 7,000 bikers will head through Essex towards London. Kent Live have reported that the bikers will leave from multiple areas across the country at different times to head to the demonstration in Westminster.

It's believed that armed forces veterans have organised the rally, to offer support for a 77 year-old former soldier, charged with murder for his role in Bloody Sunday. He faces two charges in connection with deaths in Londonderry, which occured in 1972.

The Thurrock Motorway Services Area in Grays will be the meeting point for those taking part from Essex, where bikers will meet at 11am.

Those taking part who are outside of Essex will meet at the London Gateway Services on the M1 and Heston Services on the M4. Multiple meeting points along the M25 will also be available, including at the Clacket Lane and South Mimms services.

Riders taking part took to social media to warn anyone on London roads tomorrow of the scale of the protest, explaining that riders are coming from four corners of the country.

It was also suggested that there are five assembly points around the M25, before entering central London.

To ensure all runs smoothly, it's believed that Met Police are working with organisers.