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WATCH: Gozo ferry crowded with motorcyclists to commemorate dead colleagues

An unusual scene prevailed this morning on a Gozo ferry which was crowded with motorcycles instead of the usual vehicles.

Motorcyclists gathered on the Gozo ship for the start of a pilgrimage to Ta’ Pinu Sanctuary with the aim of commemorating motorcyclists and enthusiasts who lost their lives in accidents.

The motorcyclists who participated in the Gozo pilgrimage were handed a free fare for the crossing.

Ride for fallen bikers to Ta' Pinu Gozo.Thank you.

Gepostet von John Bundy am Sonntag, 15. September 2019

Ejjew ha nfakkru l-memorja ta' shabna sewwieqa tal muturi li hallewna tragikament.Niltaqghu c-Cirkewwa, l-vapur jitlaq fl'10am.Il-vjagg huwa bla hlas, tinghata billjett biex tinzel lura Malta fi xhin trid wara l-quddiesa.Mexxu l-kelma u ghaqsmu dan l-avviz ma' shabkom.

Gepostet von John Bundy am Dienstag, 3. September 2019

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