Bideford Bike Show is back for its sixth year and is promising a fun-packed day for everyone.

The show will be taking over Bideford Quay on Saturday, May 25, and will be running from noon until 5pm.

BSB champion Jodie Fieldhouse will be officially opening the show at midday.

The Go Pink Racing Team from Weston-super-Mare superteen star will also be around to meet and greet afterwards.

As well as the glistening bikes to look at, there will be plenty of music and family entertainment, as well as more than 40 stands.

Bideford Bike Show. Picture: Graham HobbsBideford Bike Show. Picture: Graham Hobbs

Anyone can enter a bike or trike for £3 and there will be plenty of prizes in different categories. New this year will be a memorial trophy in memory of Councillor Mervyn Langmead, who was a staunch supporter of the event before his death.

There will also be the Aiden Platt memorial trophy as well as the coveted Best In Show up for grabs as well.

Tarka Radio will be providing music throughout the day with the line-up on the stage including: Brockabilly 12.30-1.30pm and Rescue Remedy from 2-3pm.

Between 12.30pm-1.30pm Spider-Man will also be wandering around the show saying hello to some of the younger visitors.

Bideford Bike Show. Picture: Graham HobbsBideford Bike Show. Picture: Graham Hobbs

And new for 2019, there will be a children's field in Victoria Park with rides, craft and play workshops and a children's vehicle show.

Children can take their own bikes, trikes and ride-on cars and the top three will be presented with a prize by Spider-Man himself.

There will also be shows from Rob Pudner of Entertaningly Different, from 11am-2pm, and Merlin will be doing three shows at 12.30pm, 2pm and 3.30pm.

Exmoor Zoo's roadshow will be at the event too as well as Kenwith Company of Archers, face painting, and much more.

Bideford Bike Show. Picture: Tony HowellsBideford Bike Show. Picture: Tony Howells

At 3pm, the raffle will be drawn and the awards will be dished out from 4pm.

This year's chosen charities are intaGR8, Devon Freewheelers, The Bus Shelter North Devon and North Devon Children's Centre/Action for Children and all money raised will be split between them.

Since 2014, the bike show and organisers' other fundraisers have totalled more than £23,000 for a number of local charities.

Anyone interested in booking a stand can email at

Visit for more information on the show.