Sections of I-95 and I-595 in Broward County were closed for a few hours to accommodate the bikers, the newspaper reported.
"It's a fun ride," Bruce Sonnenblick, a police officer who has been riding in the parade since 2003, told the Sun-Sentinel. "There's no other time you can ride on 95 and 595 and not have to deal with vehicle traffic. All along the route, you have hundreds of people cheering us on. People get out of their cars to watch us go by."
Rick Case, whose business sponsored the event, said the parade helps benefit the community.
"There's thousands and thousands of motorcycles out here, bringing thousands and thousands of toys for kids in South Florida who may not have gotten one for this holiday season," Case told WSVN. "It's a wonderful thing."