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Motorbike Show revs into Spalding for third decade




Springfields Motorbike Show is back for its 33rd year on January 26 and 27 at Springfields exhibition centre.

Rod racers Dean Harrison and Brad Ray will be the special guests on both days. Dean, still only 29, is already one of the finest road racers currently competing with more wins and podiums expected in 2019. Brad (21), already has 14 years' racing experience and finished 6th in the 2018 BSB and is expecting great things for 2019.

Brad Ray. (6227374)
Brad Ray. (6227374)

In addition to Dean and Brad, TT legend Steve Plater will be master of ceremonies for the event.

The show is a great mix of new and classic bikes and features a large display from many clubs including Norton Owners and Royal Enfields. One of the halls is dedicated to classic bikes, with a large display and there will also be a custom bike area.

Ex-race bikes always feature prominently at the show and you can be sure to see some historic bikes at the event.

In addition, there will be new and used bikes for sale from the various dealers on display including 'Wheels Motorcycles', Peterborough, who will be hosting Dean Harrison and Brad Ray on their stand, with live interviews and autograph signing sessions.

Dean Harrison. (6227376)
Dean Harrison. (6227376)

Also at the show will be specialist parts and accessories from various exhibitors.

Admission is just £7 adults, £3 for children (5-15), free entry for under-5s. Gates open 10am. Parking is free. No dogs (except guide dogs) are permitted inside the exhibition centre. To register for a £1 discount on entry, visit www.springfieldsevents.co.uk/bikeshow and download your discount voucher.



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