April 25 2013.

After last year's massive success, the Carole Nash Great Scottish Bike Show is back next month - bigger, better, louder and faster than ever.

The show, at Lanark Agricultural Centre on Saturday, May 11, and Sunday, May 12, already has a bumper line-up in the pipeline, with two of Scotland's finest - father and son road racing duo Bill and Ian Simpson - headlining as guests of honour.

Both have TT wins securely under their belts plus a host of other accolades including five British Championships for Ian before the age of 28. Bill will be bringing along his American Championship winning Suzuki GS1000 for spectators to view at close-quarters and the pair will be interviewed live on stage talking about their exciting road racing careers.

Showgoers will be dazzled by the trials demonstrations by Brian Marr and Danny Butler's extreme mountain bike show, stunned by the Vertical Trix stunt team and the gravity-defying Wall of Death and wowed by the Repsol Honda extreme wheelie machine.

The third round of the Scottish Supermoto Championship is scheduled to take place at the event, while hundreds of classic and modern bikes, traders and clubs will also be on display.

Classic Bike Shows organiser Nick Mowbray said: "Bill and Ian Simpson have some brilliant stories to share from their racing days and I'm sure their chemistry on stage will make for great viewing.

"We've got some eye-watering displays planned with Danny Butler and Brian Marr, and no doubt the Supermoto will provide its fair share of heart-stopping action, too!

"We really do have a fantastic line-up for the weekend and we cannot wait to get back up to Scotland!"

Further Information:

Gates are open 9am to 6pm on the Saturday and 9am to 5pm on the Sunday. 

To book a stand, call 01507 529430.

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