“Cyclist” – The crazy wedding of the Biker’s Society. It is fun, grotesque, absurd and laud. In other words, everything that is necessary to mix things up a little and bring more life into the street reality. And if somebody doesn’t like weddings, let’s throw some rice in their face, and they’ll love it… The whole show is based on a colorful pageant of crazy wedding guests – extraordinary bikers. The bride takes all the gifts with her, and escapes from the boy of her choice on a bizarre scooter; she is spoilt and wild. Her veil is kept in the air by balloons in the shape of a heart. The groom is chasing her, but in the meantime he doesn’t shun other ladies and all kinds of fun. He is constantly chatting everybody up, treating them to champagne, dancing and going wild. The one man orchestra is commenting everything life, he engages the audience into the action, creating music with the playing elements he has installed on his bike; he plays music from tapes, and organizes the party every time the parade stops. The crazy minister, who has an astral connection, trying to reconcile the bride and groom, actually adds fuel to the flames because he keeps forgetting who is marring whom, so he is constantly marrying random people from among the audience. The rear of the parade is brought up by the Aunt from the Hawaiian Islands, who is sunny, cheerful, giving out smiles and fresh fruits to everybody, and she is secretly in love with the one man orchestra, what in the end leads to an engagement and a happy double wedding, amid fireworks, music and fun with the audience. The parade is interactive, we engage spectators. Seven characters are riding bikes, making stops and acting according to the script. It is all very colorful, loud with a bit of pyrotechnics, and lots of craziness. Adventure, adventure, each moment is precious, hey!