A brutal attack erupted on the streets of a quiet town when a man was stabbed and injured two others were injured.
Eyewitnesses reported seeing three members of Surrey’s Vikings Motorcycle Club injured after being attacked in the Findon Valley near Worthing.
Vikings used to ride west through Brighton.
They were attacked while stopping at Findon on Saturday night after becoming separated from the rest of the group.
One man had serious stab wounds.
Sussex Police said seven men had been arrested in connection with the attack on the A24 around 7.30am on Saturday night.
Joanne Denise wrote on Facebook: “Mike and I were cycling and just came across an incident in the Findon Valley when it happened, three unfortunate men on motorcycles were injured in what appeared to be an unprovoked attack.
“Saw cars and a van with people jumping in and driving away.
“We provided first aid to two of them until the ambulance arrived (seems like they’d be fine, thank goodness) and Mike directed traffic until the ambulance arrived.
“A lot of great people helped.
“Please tell the police if you see anything.
“I got on the phone with one of their wives and the men drove down from Surrey with the Surrey Vikings, which we saw up front.”
A Sussex Police spokesman said: “Officers arrived at the scene and found a man with stab wounds.
“Two other men had also been attacked.
“Seven arrests involving colleagues from Thames Valley and Warwickshire Police have since been made after the suspects left the scene before emergency services arrived.”
The seven arrested men remain in custody and investigations are ongoing.
Anyone with information relevant to the ongoing investigation, particularly dashcam footage, is asked to come online or call 101 and quote Operation Sedgemore.
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