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Local bikers rev-up for the Beacon School
  
Tuesday, 07 February 2012 14:45

Bikers Rule! Scurvy Few Motorcycle Club (SFMC) are no strangers to helping their community. Having ridden with Santa's Helpers for many years the clubs primary focus is giving back to children. 'All Scurvy Few chapters are involved in giving back to the community in their own way,' noted President Cheong.  Cheong noted that anyone wishing to show their V-twin motorcycle is welcome to meet the crew at Red Beards this Saturday for their event,  they can contact him at 351-2490 or Red Beard (Brian Botham) at 374-2010.  For more details on the event see Red Beard’s Facebook page or website.  Pictured is Lisa Cheong,  Secretary of the SFMC, on her own bike with a young student who tried to catch a ride!FREEPORT, Grand Bahama -- Despite their menacing appearance the Scurvy Few Motorcycle Club (SFMC) are all about giving back to their local communities. The Grand Bahama branch of bikers is hosting their first “Biker’s Night” at Red Beard’s Pub this Saturday, February 11th, to raise funds for the Beacon School.

“We are thankful to Mrs. Sheryl Woods, Principal of the Beacon School, for allowing us to meet her kids and have this event to raise funds for the school,” said Lloyd Cheong, President SFMC Grand Bahama.  “We visited the kids last week and they were fantastic and really took to the motorcycles. The SFMC members felt very privileged to spend time with the kids.  We hope the community will support this event and the Beacon School.”

Cheong and his fellow bikers are no strangers to helping their community. Having ridden with Santa's Helpers for many years the club's primary focus is giving back to children. “All Scurvy Few chapters are involved in giving back to the community in their own way,” noted Cheong.  “We’d love everyone to come out for some great fun, good food, and a show and shine motorcycle competition!”  

Cheong noted that anyone wishing to show their V-twin motorcycle is welcome to meet the crew at Red Beards and can contact him at 351-2490 or Red Beard (Brian Botham) at 374-2010. “Anyone who wants to take a picture on a Harley Davidson Motorcycle is welcome too, for a small donation of course!”  

Local Bikers Rev Up for the Beacon School. Despite their menacing appearance the Scurvy Few Motorcycle Club (SFMC) are all about giving back to their local communities. The Grand Bahama branch of bikers is hosting their first Biker’s Night at Red Beard’s Pub this Saturday, February 11th, to raise funds for the Beacon School. Lloyd Cheong, President SFMC Grand Bahama said  'We visited the kids last week and they were fantastic and really took to the motorcycles. The SFMC members felt very privileged to spend time with the kids.  We hope the community will support this event and the Beacon School.'For more details on the event see Red Beard’s Facebook page or website.

Photo 1: Bikers Rule! Scurvy Few Motorcycle Club (SFMC) are no strangers to helping their community. Having ridden with Santa's Helpers for many years the clubs primary focus is giving back to children. “All Scurvy Few chapters are involved in giving back to the community in their own way,” noted President Cheong.  Cheong noted that anyone wishing to show their V-twin motorcycle is welcome to meet the crew at Red Beards this Saturday for their event,  they can contact him at 351-2490 or Red Beard (Brian Botham) at 374-2010.  For more details on the event see Red Beard’s Facebook page or website.  Pictured is Lisa Cheong,  Secretary of the SFMC, on her own bike with a young student who tried to catch a ride!

Photo 2: Local Bikers Rev Up for the Beacon School. Despite their menacing appearance the Scurvy Few Motorcycle Club (SFMC) are all about giving back to their local communities. The Grand Bahama branch of bikers is hosting their first “Biker’s Night” at Red Beard’s Pub this Saturday, February 11th, to raise funds for the Beacon School. Lloyd Cheong, President SFMC Grand Bahama said  “We visited the kids last week and they were fantastic and really took to the motorcycles. The SFMC members felt very privileged to spend time with the kids.  We hope the community will support this event and the Beacon School.”

The Scurvy Motor Cycle Club was founded in Marsh Harbour, Abaco in 1998 by a diverse group of individuals who shared a passion for motorcycling. The Grand Bahama Chapter was revived in June 2011 and also shares that same passion for riding. The Grand Bahama Chapter are family; we ride together and we want to work together to give back to our community.


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