IT was an eye-catching sight on one of Bradford's main roads when scooter enthusiasts set out to recreate a Northern soul video. 

The video is to the song I'm on My Way, by Dean Parrish, which was released in the US in 1967 without any chart success, but was hugely popular in the UK's Northern soul scene in the mid-1970s. 

It's considered one of the most popular songs of the Northern soul genre and was the last record to be played every week at the Wigan Casino - a primary venue for the movement.


The recreation was organised by the Old Claytonians Scooter Club, though many other clubs were invited to take part.

Despite heavy showers, nearly 200 scooters turned up to take part. 

The procession set off from the Harold Club in Low Moor so it could be filmed at Odsal Top, down Manchester Road, and into Centenary Square in the city centre.

All those who helped out on the day have been thanked for taking photographs and videos to capture the procession.