Lots of motorbikes were spotted amongst traffic in the valley on July 8.

Motorcycle Madness took place in Wayne.

All of the proceeds from the event went towards the breakfast programs at Greentree and St. Anthony's schools.

"It's all about getting together and the most thing is that we have fun doing it, it's really all about the charity that we give to," said Aaron Bryant, one of the organizers with Motorcycle Madness.

Bryant added that he is unsure of how many registrants there were, but predicts that the number will be lower than previous years.

"I'm sure our attendance is down from last year," explained Bryant. "In the past, people really liked to come out and camp and make a weekend out of it."

Events throughout the day included a show and shine, bike games, a pie toss, and a poker run.

"It would be nice to increase those numbers in the future so if anybody is ever interested in joining up or wants to participate as one of the sponsors or volunteers we are always looking for new help," he noted.

Bryant estimates that they have been putting on Mototcycle Madness for 13 years.
 
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