Bideford Bike Show will be back on Bideford Quay raising money for charity on Saturday.
Bideford Bike Show will be roaring back into town for its fourth event on Saturday.
Expect hundreds of glistening bikes and trikes, live music, a hog roast and bar – all along Bideford Quay from noon until 5pm.
The show will be officially opened by Bideford-born boxer Tommy Langford, who will be sticking around for photos and autographs afterwards.
Proceeds from the show will be split between North Devon Cancer Care Trust, Devon Air Ambulance, Carewise, and Everything Ellie.
Along with its bike nights and toy runs, the team behind the show has raised more than £12,000 for local charities.
Organiser Lisa Elston said: “We have just over 40 different stands this year, so hopefully something for everyone.
“We also hope to have a couple children’s characters walking around the site to keep the little ones entertained, as the Minion last year seem to go down well.
“We will have our own merchandise stand selling our Bideford bike show products too, including £3 pin badges, £5 patches, £2 wristbands and, new this year, £10 T-shirts.”
Entertainment on the day will be by High Voltage Rock Disco, and there will be a bar from Lacey’s Bar, and a hog roast on Jubilee Square.
Pre-entry to the show can be purchased online – visit www.bidefordbikeshow.org.
“It’s looking like an exciting day; all we need is for the sun to shine again for us,” added Lisa.