GETTING married on a motorbike seems like a popular movie gimmick, but Mr Benz Shek Chun-kei and Ms Connie Hui Tsui-ling yesterday made a reality out of it. More than 30 motorbikes paraded through the busy streets of Mongkok and Tsim Sha Tsui as part of the celebrations for the couple, who won endless admiration from passers-by as they rode from Kowloon Tong to the Cultural Centre to tie the knot. The 28-year-old bride, wearing a full wedding gown and a specially-painted helmet, had to calm down before she could recall the exciting experience. ''It doesn't seem like we are getting married - everything looks so unreal,'' she said, adding that it was like something that only happened in movies. ''I was very nervous when we drove along to the marriage registry as everybody seemed to look at us. ''I am really overwhelmed with this and am sure I will never forget it. ''The only trouble with the ride was I had to take care of my wedding gown to make sure it didn't get trapped in the motorbike.'' Mr Shek, a sportswear salesman, said: ''I wanted to make our wedding somewhat different and that's how I come up with this idea. Originally I thought it would only be a small procession with several motorbikes, but my friends supported my plan and it turned out to be a big group.'' Ms Hui, a nurse at the United Christian Hospital, admitted that at first she did not like her husband riding motorbikes when they met three years ago. ''I felt it was dangerous to ride motorbikes, but I began to like it later as my husband proved to me that it was safe to do so,'' she said. ''Now, I plan to obtain a motorbike licence and to ride on my own.''