Show-goers will be treated to classic bike displays courtesy of Mick Grant, Neil Gaunt and Duncan MacDonald who will be putting Ariels and Triumph Cubs through their paces. There will also be some retro thrill-seeking on the 18ft-high Wall of Death, where expert Ken Fox and his team will showcase early 70s Hondas and Indian Scouts dating from 1921.
“There is nothing like hearing these motorbikes fired up, so we’re planning on some thrilling indoor live action with some amazing classic and modern trials bikes,” said show manager Andy Rouse. “We’ve also invited a host of special guests from the motorcycle world who we hope to interview on the Classic Motorbike Stage. “
The show will also feature exhibits from the UK’s favourite motorcycle clubs and a trader village as well as the popular Bike-jumble for enthusiastic bike bit collectors.