Organisers of this weekend’s Spalding Motorbike Show are toasting its success after attracting about 2,400 visitors.
Bike enthusiasts from across the area made the most of the show at Springfields Events and Conference Centre on Saturday and Sunday.
The show featured a guest appearance by Ian Hutchinson, an eight-time winner at the Isle of Man TT Races, including a record-breaking five solo wins in 2010.
Among the bikes on display were a 1942 BSA M20, 1951 Sunbeam 58 and a Valvoline Padgetts Honda ridden by New Zealander Bruce Anstey last season.
Show organiser Jason Lunn said: “We were a lot busier than last year, with crowds about 20 per cent on the show in 2014.
“It was the first time in years that we had two dry days and I don’t think we’ve had as many bikes out in the backyard for four or five years.
“Ian Hutchinson went down a storm with guests and my thanks go to all the clubs who supported the show, as well as Wheels Motorcycles who were our sponsors.”
David Norton, chief executive of Springfields Horticultural Society, said: “This is an event that’s been held at Springfields for many years and we’re pleased to see that it’s still a draw for bike enthusiasts within the region.”