Over the weekend, hundreds flooded to Front Street for Scooter Mart’s Motor Charge Event; which featured an auto show with cars and bikes, ride demonstrations, food vendors and much
Director for the event, David Cahill, feels that the way that Bermudians customize their bikes is quite different than almost anywhere else in the world and it should be celebrated.
“ [Our bikes] are something that most visitors don’t get to experience [on a regular basis] and we are very proud of the fact to send them home with stories about vibrant and colorful Bermudian
motorculture,” he said. “ There was a huge and very well-respected turnout from the auto industry/ community on Sunday and all of the performances were terrific.”
According to Mr. Cahill, the pinnacle of Sunday’s event was the final rideout, where all the participants showed their true love of bikes. That is something that the organization hopes to continue for many years to come.
“ Our show is always applauded for its diversity and the great thing about it is that members of the community come together, regardless of demographics, for a shared love of bike culture in
Bermuda,” he said.
Mr. Cahill would like to thank all of Sunday’s sponsors who helped make the event the hit that it was. According to him, another event is planned soon in the east end of the island.
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