The bike festival which kicked off last year 2019 in Nigeria. At millennium park along MMW( murtala Muhammed way) in calabar. Welcome over 400 different customized motorcycle riders from over 30 countries in different part of the world continent. History was made because of the massive turnout of bike show which have never been seen in Nigeria.
The bike festival was grace in by top personalities which was flagged off by Governor of cross River state Ben Ayade.The festival had bikers dressed in 'Ghost Rider's suits type and as well as racer's costume.
The festival enjoyed lots of performances by the bikers with their highly customized vehicles and motorcycles
The Governor and the former Governor of the state Donald Duke was present alongside prominent personalities, they all took part in the parade/festival which features numerous shows of power bikes with even powerful Porsche Cars In the carnival.
Here are some highlights:
Photo credit: All photos were gotten from Google images
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