TATTOOS, tights, denims and donuts will be the order of the day when thousands of bikers from around the country descend on Mossel Bay today for the annual Buffalo Rally.
The renowned rally, which ends on Sunday, is a major annual event on South Africa's motorcycling calendar and is traditionally characterised by massive parties, leather-clad riders with beards, thousands of badges and plenty of beer and braais. Along for the ride will be popular Bay biker Clinton "Teach" Saddler, who is the principal of Parsons Hill Primary School and who is a regular participant at rallies, such as the Dolphin Rally which is hosted at Beachview outside of Port Elizabeth.
Speaking from Mossel Bay yesterday, Luderick Jacoby, who is the chairman of Nomads Motorcycle Club – one of the largest bikers organisations in South Africa – said more than 1000 riders had arrived in the town by yesterday.
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