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2023 Bikers Carnival, Calabar Stood Still For The Rev. Photo Splash

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The City of Calabar stood still for the rev and roar of the Super Machines. It was the 2023 Bikers Carnival.

Immediately the Cross River State Deputy Governor cut the tape to herald the beginning of the parade from the Millennium Square, about 120 bikes and bikers charged into the well protected route in a cautious speed and maneuvers as if we were in for the Motor GP show.

To make the show grand and colourful, 20 bikes were drown from each of the six clubs or gangs that participated totalling 120 bikes for the parade. The six cubs include: Metallic, Tinapa, Invincible, Marx Riders, Red Scorpions and Diamond Gang, all from Cross River State.

“This is awesome and captivating” , screamed a young lady who was out to catch her fun.

Indeed it was a beautiful and daring sights to behold and little wonder the Deputy Governor promised that himself and the Governor, Senator Bassey Otu would participate fully in the next edition of the Bikers Carnival.

One of the bikers, Ekanem Ekanem Ótobong from Marx Riders club commended Governor Otu for a well organized Bikers Carnival.

“The parade went very well and smooth as the state government did well in the entire arrangement. All the feeder roads linking the routes from the Millennium Square through MarySlessor, Marian to Efio-Ete and back were blocked for the parade that lasted for about four hours”, Ótobong said.

He stated that the 2023 Bikers Carnival was incident free as the speed was limited to between 70 to 80 kilometres per hour since it was a parade.

Cross River Deputy Governor, Rt Hon. Peter Odey flagging off the Bikers Carnival on Friday in Calabar.

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