Santa executes a soaring burnout atop a Harley in Estevan while rallying behind the local food bank.

Santa Claus upheld his annual tradition of cruising through Estevan astride a Harley Davidson on Christmas Eve, but this year brought an added twist to his iconic appearance.

Following a joyous ride through the city streets, he made his way to the parking lot of the Power Dodge Curling Centre, where he spearheaded a campaign to "burn out hunger." Over 100 spectators gathered as Santa and his motorcycle were hoisted onto a platform and elevated into the air, captivating the audience before executing a thrilling burnout display.

The crowd eagerly documented the spectacle, with cheers reverberating through the air and car horns echoing in support. Whether peering through vehicle windows or braving the December chill outside, spectators of all ages marveled at the festive event.

After the exhilarating burnout, Santa dismounted his bike, extending waves of holiday cheer and gratitude to the gathered crowd. His parting message of "Merry Christmas" echoed amidst the gathering.

Meanwhile, the Estevan Salvation Army, with invaluable assistance from the Estevan branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, facilitated donations of both food and funds to bolster the local food bank's efforts.