S’pore couple rolls up to their wedding reception with fleet of motorcycles in tow

Awww, that's sweet.

Nyi Nyi Thet | February 12, 02:54 pm


On February 2, Errol and Kaydence tied the knot after 5 years of dating.

The couple started their journey together at Primero Racing Singapore, a motorcycle workshop, before each going on to different motorcycle related careers.

“I joined Regina Specialties (Motorcycle Apparel) and my Husband at Lim Ah Boy (Motorcycle Spare Parts and Accessories).”

So when it was time to celebrate their joyous occasion, the couple obviously weaved in one of their favourite things in the world into the whole proceedings.

An actual motorcycle convoy.

Prior to the motorcycle convoy, they had already incorporated their mutual love for motorcycles into wedding photos.

On the day itself, what better way to get to the wedding then on their trusty motorcycles.

Here is the initial prep-work.

Here are the soon-to-be newlyweds preparing for the ride.

The couple told Mothership that the bride was riding a 2016 Yamaha YZF-R1 while the groom was on his 2003 Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird.

They also own a 2007 Suzuki DRZ400SM and share a 2019 Yamaha Aerox.

And it’s not just the bride and groom that rode in on bikes.

And here is the drone shot of the massive convoy coming down the lane.

And here is the rather fetching tuxedo/wedding dress and helmet combo.


Here is the full video.

Image collated from Kaydence and Errol’s Facebook

Videography by Vance Boo and Shawn Ang Videoworks

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