Motorcycle Round Up a great weekend in Cumberland

Dear editor,

Thank you to the committee that organized the 6th annual Cumberland Motorcycle Round Up.

You did a wonderful job. It was a fun family event.

The motorcycles at the show and shine went from funny to fabulous. Got to hand it to the man who arrived with his vintage side car motorcycle, got his walker out of his side car and off he went. Of course the electric scooter, was there to demonstrate, it to can hold its own.

The vendors and representatives offered a lot of great products and fun. Food was good and the free water was incredible. It was amazing to see six blocks of Cumberland filled with people and motorcycles on a hot summer day and everyone enjoying themselves.

Thank you to the mayor of Cumberland, the council, and staff. Without their co-operation the event could not have taken place.

With Cumberland council’s help the businesses in Cumberland and some in Courtenay were able to enjoy a better weekend than usual. It really brought the town alive, with no problems, no fuss, no muss.

The Cumberland council obviously knows there is money to be made in motorcycle rallies.

Thank you to all those who made the Cumberland Motorcycle Round Up such a successful fun event. Oh and thank you for the prizes some of us won!

E. A. Foster



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