GET your motor running and head out on the highway to Boston’s Wide Bargate on July 7 for a full-throttle evening of entertainment.
Thousands came to Boston Bike Night last year, the event attracting motorcyclists from around the county and further afield.
An estimated 4,000 bikes were also on display, with the area around Wide Bargate lined with metal machines of all styles and ages.
The event, organised by Boston Motorcycle Riders Association (BMRA), has been going in its current format for around 12 years.
BMRA chairman Paul Facey said: “I think events like this are really good for the town. Pretty much every type of make and model of motorbike was there last year, from classics of the 1930s to modern customised bikes.”
Organisers and stall holders are gearing up for a 6.30pm start, at which time visitors will be treated to live music, food stalls and a number of trade stands selling clothing, accessories, tyres, helmets, bikes and more.
BMRA has been established for more than 20 years and boasts about 65 annual members. It holds a variety of activities throughout the year, including ride outs, track days and barbecues.
l For more information call Paul Facey on 07788 428161 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.