April 3 2013.

A full grid line-up of bikes will thunder around a track that combines tarmac sections with jumps and bumps at Scotland's best motorcycle show when the third round of the Scottish Supermoto Championship has been scheduled to take place during the Carole Nash Great Scottish Bike Show. at the Lanark Agricultural Centre, Hyndford Road, Lanark, on Saturday, May 11, and Sunday, May 12.

The Scottish Supermoto racers join an all-star line-up of attractions at the show including the rubber-burning Vertical Trix stunt team and their sports bikes, the gravity-defying Wall of Death and the pedal powered thrills of the Danny Butler Extreme Mountain Bike Show. Show-goers can pull wheelies in safety with the Extreme Wheelie machine and children can enjoy an inflatable mini quad bike track.

Star guests will be father and son Scots racing champions Bill and Ian Simpson. Both are Isle of Man TT winners and Ian scored a long list of victories in Grand Prix and road races.

Not only that, Brian Marr will give a trials demonstration and there will be a classic scrambles demo on a dedicated scrambles track.

A wide selection of trade stands will also be offering motorcycling parts and merchandise for sale and there will be both private motorcycle exhibitors and club stands.

Classic Bike Shows organiser Nick Mowbray said: "My hat goes off to anyone brave and skillful enough to compete in a Supermoto event - they're certainly not for the fainthearted.

"The sport values technical ability over sheer speed and as a result we're likely to see some incredible racing over the weekend by some of Scotland's top riders.

"We have assembled a superb line-up of displays, demonstrations and entertainment for Lanark and it's no exaggeration to say that this year it truly will be a great Scottish bike show."

To book a stand, call 01507 529430 or email marketing manager Charlotte Park at