Like-minded biking enthusiasts from across the globe converged in Zimbabwe over the weekend for the Ulysses Club International indaba meant to offer a lifetime experience to the motorcyclists to share experiences and sample the hospitality of one of the seven wonders of world, the majestic Victoria Falls.
It was indeed a good excuse for the biking enthusiasts to socialise and enjoy the beauty that Zimbabwe has on offer.
Clad in their unmistakable biker jackets, helmets and gloves the bikers most of whom are members of the Ulysses Club International took part in the rally which saw them pass through some of the spectacular sights around the resort town.
With few vintage bikes, there were many latest bikes on show, big and small.
At a sight worthy seeing for many spectators.
The rainbow nation, South Africa had the largest contingent of all the member countries represented.
Participants gave thumps up to the organisers and described the legendary waterfall as breathtaking.
Ulysses Club Zimbabwe president, Mark Salthouse was delighted about the positive response adding that the gathering was meant to bring together the like-minded bikers and to appreciate the hospitality that Zimbabwe has to offer.
For Ulysses Germany Club president, Gernot Minig the event was a lifetime opportunity, he also hailed the growth of the global biking initiative.
Given the overwhelming response to this year’s edition of the motorcycling rally, the organisers are looking forward to a much bigger event when Zimbabwe host yet another indaba in three to four years time.