O’B Bikers Motorcycle Club Donates $10K To Help Stop Bullying

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Image Credit: Chatsworth Rising Sun

The O’B Bikers Motorcycle Club has some bikers with really big hearts. As a part of their 5th Birthday Celebration, the O’B Bikers visited a local school – the West Park Primary School to be exact – on November 5, 2016, and treated the children and staff to a delicious lunch, as well as a $10,000 donation, all in the name of stopping bullying. Bullying is a serious issue in schools across the world, and the OB Bikers Motorcycle Club is doing what they can to stop the epidemic of bullying.

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Image Credit: O’B Bikers

“Bullying is a huge problem in our community and at schools. We hope to make a difference in someone’s life. We urge the community to be part of this project so that we can make a difference in the lives of others.”

Said O’B Bikers Motorcycle Club President, Mr. Selvan Govender, in a speech made at the school’s event. He urged other motorcycle clubs to aid in efforts to end bullying, by inviting them the community to join O’B Bikers in their next event – Bikers against Bullying.


The club presented West Park Primary with a $10,000 check. The organization was founded by National President Rad Reddy, and has visited all 9 provinces in South Africa, as well as Mozambique, and Zimbabwe. Check out photos of the O’B Bikers Motorcycle Club below, and tell us in the comments if you stand behind the O’B Bikers Motorcycle Club in stopping bullying once and for all!


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Learn more about the O’B Bikers Motorcycle Club here.