This Saturday Bideford Bike Show hopes to see more than 1,500 lining up along the Quay to raise money for three local charities.

Bideford Quay is set to be packed with glimmering metal as hundreds of bikes and trikes flock to the second Bideford Bike Show on Saturday.

This year's show is set to see more than 1,500 bikes on display, lining up along the Quayside as well as trade stands, hot and cold food and stalls.

The show, which runs from midday until 6pm, is supporting three North Devon charities: K9focus, Over and Above and Children's Hospice South West (CHSW).

Organiser Lisa Elston said: "Last year we raised £1,000 each for two charities so this year we're hoping to do the same again for all three.

"It's already set to be much bigger than last year and we're really excited for the day."

Emma Perry, of CHSW, said: "It's great to be raising awareness in Bideford when Little Bridge House is just down the road.

"The bikers have supported us a lot and taken part in Santa runs delivering presents to the children, which they absolutely love."

Kiersten Fletcher-Cullum, of K9focus, said the charity hoped to bring some dogs to the day which were in need of new homes.

She said: "We rely solely on donations and it is so lovely for the bike show to support us; we're really grateful and looking forward to the day."

Julie Whitton, for Over and Above, said following the charity's successful £2.2million Chemotherapy Appeal, the bike show would help fund other projects.

She said: "We're absolutely delighted and any funds raised will help us provide help over and above what the NHS can deliver.

"Lisa and the team has done a fantastic job to organise it and put the whole day together."

Entry costs £3 per bike or trike, and is free for spectators. There will also be a charity raffle and prizes in different bike and trike categories.

See the Bideford Bike Show Facebook page for the latest information.