SAO PAULO- Far-right incumbent Jair Bolsonaro and leftist front-runner Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva attracted thousands of supporters to their final campaign rallies Saturday in a last-ditch bid for votes on the eve of Brazil’s polarizing presidential election. Bolsonaro, the 67-year-old president known for his gloves-off style, led one of his trademark motorcycle rallies from the north side of Sao Paulo to the city’s Ibirapuera park. He grinned and waved at the head of a battalion of bikers decked out in black leather and the yellow and green of the flag as the crowd chanted: “Lula, thief, your place is in prison!” About five kilometers (three miles) from there, Lula, the 76-year-old ex-president who left office in 2010 with an unprecedented 87-percent approval rating, held his own rally on the economic capital’s main avenue, Avenida Paulista. A sea of red-clad supporters waved banners ranging from “Lula 2022” to the rainbow-colored LGBTQ pride flag, shouting: “Jair, time to go!” In line with campaigning rules, neither man addressed their supporters. Both rallies dispersed without incident.