Around 2,000 bikers are set to flood Bideford Quay this weekend - as well as music, stalls and a raffle all in aid of charity.
More than 2,000 bikers are set to flood to Bideford Quay this weekend for the third Bideford Bike Show.
The event on Saturday, which will see bikes and trikes fill the town from midday-5pm, is going to be bigger and better than ever.
This year the bike show will also feature live music, with the ex-Radio 1 Roadshow stage set up in The Pill car park, thanks to Bideford Festivals Committee.
Organiser Lisa Elston said: “It’s looking to be another fantastic event for Bideford and we are also in the process of organising Bideford Bike Nights, which will be held in the Quay car park.
“These will be on the last Thursday of June, July, August and September, which we hope will also bring people into the town of an evening.
“This will be in association with Motorcycle Action Group and will hopefully raise more money for local charities.”
The bike show is being held in aid of Help for Heroes, Children’s Holiday Foundation, Harbour Bideford and North Devon Hospice.As well as bikes and a number of stalls there will be a Minion walking around the town for pictures with children.
There will be a prize raffle, awards for the best bikes in show, and lots of different stands.
Lisa added: “We hope everyone comes along on Saturday for a fantastic day out.
“I would like to say thank-you to all the marshals who give up their free time to help us on the day and to our local councillors and town council for all their help in putting on the event – we couldn’t do it without you.”
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