Hertfordshire Biker magazine has teamed up with the Herts Air Ambulance Appeal and the Pardise Wildlife Park to stage the first Bikers in Paradise show.
The Show will take place at the Paradise Wildlife Park, in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire, on 26 April 2009. Entrance to the show will be £10 per person (£7 children) with all the money going to the Herts Air Ambulance Appeal and the Wildlife Heritage Foundation.
As well as the usual variety of the retail stands and stalls, we are expecting biking and non-biking celebrity appearances, parades and displays of classic bikes, stunt riding and live music (hopefully with 80s sensations Modern Romance headlining).
Entrance to the bike show also includes access to the zoo, with a fantastic range of animals including an outstanding collection of big cats, the children’s adventure world, as well as the other on-site attractions such as the UK Speedway Museum.
It should be a great day-out. Why not come along and help to make the show a major annual event in the Spring calendar.
More details will be posted here as they become available. For more information, or if you are interested on booking a pitch, email [email protected]
Free copies of Hertfordshire Biker magazine can be obtained from the same email address.
I’ve been told by the organiser that this event is shaping up really nicely I’m going to be there to help out with bike stands (particularly race ones).
I’m really excited - there is a bloke going called Mike Edwards and he is going to be talking about his racing. He has a wicked bike that he has named ‘Gordon’: http://www.gordonsalive.com/
“Tired of hearing people saying that road based Supermonos are uncompetitive, Mike ‘Spike’ Edwards rescued me, a Yamaha SZR, from a salvage yard, after spotting and bidding for me on Ebay.
I cost him just £454; and now with only his years of experience, a half decent reputation and a very limited budget, he’s going to take me on a British Supermono Championship campaign.
I have some very ‘special friends’ who have all rallied round to support the campaign - please click on the ‘Friends’ link to find out more, and visit their websites.”