VIDEOS: South Coast Bike Fest ends on high-octane high

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The 2019 South Coast Bike Fest™ (#SCBF19) – presented by Ugu South Coast Tourism and powered by Gearhouse – ended on a high-octane high note on Sunday.

Another jam-packed day of events and entertainment was highlighted by the Pals in Paradise Mass Parade.

Ray Nkonyeni Municipality Mayor Cynthia Mqwebu once again saddled up and led scores of bikers in the mass ride, which started at St Michaels beach, took the beautiful, roaring fleet to Port Shepstone and finished in Margate.

Festival-goers, which came from all corners on the country, unanimously praised the organisers for a wonderful event and in particular, hailed the manner in which they rallied following the devastating floods to stage a top-class festival.

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