Bulldog Bash 25 - Show Closes On A High
Continued fine weather on Sunday gave the all clear for more RWYB action on the drag strip, which has seen non-stop activity over the weekend. Stunt ace
Craig Jones had wowed the crowds with an inch perfect display of motorcycle control on Friday, including his trademark two man stoppie ; although a new record was not to be, Craig suffered a damaged shoulder and broken collarbone in an accident whilst making a practice run on Friday evening. Craig’s fellow stunt rider Wing suffered damaged ribs in the accident, yet he was back at the strip on Saturday to give fans an update on Craig, who is doing well, Craig vows to return and the Bulldog team look forward to seeing him back at the event to try again.
As the visitors left the site, organiser Bilbo commented that he was very pleased with the event.
“The weather was with us for the 25th and the headline acts certainly made the crowds happy; I have just come from an event safety meeting with the Police and local authorities and am happy to report that Bulldog 25 had no incidents what-so-ever on site and no arrests. We thank the Police for working with us this year and look forward to a continued good relationship. I thank all the people that have supported Bulldog 25, it’s been a great event, and we are looking forward to the 26th Bash next year.”
The Bulldog Bash Silver Jubilee commemorative DVD, featuring all the highlights of the show will be on-sale very soon, priced at £12.99, via the website, in the meantime log-on to www.bulldogbash.euand see the sample footage on-line.