Motorcycle enthusiasts from around the country descended on the Isle of Wight on Saturday, with a total of 36 Can-Am machines coming together for a sunny day out.

The meeting, arranged by Dave Hawkins, was first organised back in April with hopes of a few like-minded individuals coming together for a jolly day out. The idea soon snowballed with 32 Can-Am Spyder and Ryker motorcycles travelling across the Solent, meeting with a further 4 based here on the Island.

A number of owners had travelled from a great distance including from Yorkshire, Lancaster and Wrexham, to name a few.

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On arrival in Yarmouth, the bikers set off in a convoy towards The Needles where they parked up to experience the chair lift and do some sightseeing. They became an attraction themselves with tourists taking photos of the large collection of unusual machines.

It was then off down Military Road to the Wight Mouse Inn, Chale for a pub lunch, where around £200 was collected for Hampshire & Isle of Wight Air Ambulance.

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Adrian Moran
Adrian Moran
2 years ago

Love them. Tje bikes have faces !!!


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