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Santa parked up his sleigh and arrived on the back of a Harley Davidson motorbike at the Airport Park Saturday to help deliver toys to children.
Every year, for one day in December, the roar of engines can be heard down the roads of Grand Cayman as motorcycle riders participate in the Toys for Tots Drive.
The Cayman Islands Motorcycle Riders Association is organizing a charity ride in support of 7-year-old resident Felix Lubin, who is battling cancer.
Grand Cayman’s Airport Park was filled with children, parents, firefighters and motorcycle enthusiasts on Saturday, Dec. 16, as the Cayman Islands Fire Service hosted its annual picnic and toy giveaway.
A group of bikers took to the streets of Grand Cayman again on Sunday – this time for a good cause.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service has seized 25 illegal motorbikes, including non-street legal dirt bikes, since last December when officers began a crackdown on speeding, disruptive groups of bikers on local roads.
Beulah McField, executive director of Meals on Wheels, was all smiles Friday when a truckload of goods turned up on the doorstep of the T.E. McField Youth and Community Centre on School Road in George Town.
The Cayman Islands Motorcycle Riders Association is holding its sixth annual Wheels 4 Meals charity food drive and motorcycle ride on Saturday and Sunday to benefit the Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels program.
About 60 bikers cruised the roads of Grand Cayman on Sunday in the annual Cayman Islands Motorcycle Riders Association Christmas ‘Toys 4 Tots’ ride.
Every December, residents of Cayman are treated to the sight of gleaming bikes, riding in formation along Cayman’s roads for a good cause.
A National Roads Authority crew installed a new sign on South Church Street Tuesday warning drivers to “watch for motorcycles.” The sign went up in almost the exact spot where last month Randy Johnson, 62, was hit by an SUV and killed while he was riding his motorcycle.
Cayman Islands Meals on Wheels was the beneficiary of more than a ton of food last Thursday, courtesy of the Cayman Islands Motorcycle Riders Association.