Exeter Charity Motorbike Show
Motorbikes, Music and the Lord Mayor of Exeter!
This year’s exciting annual Exeter Charity Motorbike Show is on Sunday 5 August. Everyone is welcome, whether you ride a motorbike or just fancy a fun afternoon out.
This is the fifth year the event has happened. There will be hundreds of motorbikes of all types from trikes and cruisers to sports bikes and the more vintage two wheeled machines turning up to help raise money for charity.
As part of the event there will be live music from local bands Old Skool Rox and Klassika, a barbeque, full bar, tea and coffee available. There’s also a charity raffle to win some great prizes including a brand new helmet and a t-shirt both donated by Speed Superbikes in Marsh Barton, Exeter and an exhaust silencer worth £84, battery charger and motorbike top box all from Lextek Motorcycle Products based near Exeter.
The pub landlord and local motorbikers are holding the day to raise as much money as possible for two very worthy causes. The first is the Devon Air Ambulance. The second is the British Biker Relief Foundation, support motorcyclists who suffer serious and life changing injuries, and also they also help their families. Admission to the show is £3 per bike, all of which goes to the charities. Entry is free for pedestrians.
The motorbikes will be judged and the best ones in six categories will receive a special glass laser cut trophies presented by theRight Worshipful Lord Mayor of Exeter, Councillor Rob Hannaford to take home and display with pride. He will also be judging her very own special ‘Lord Mayor’s Award’ which he will present to his favourite motorbike.