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See amazing Bolddog Lings motorbike action at Suffolk Show

PUBLISHED: 14:02 16 April 2018 | UPDATED: 14:12 16 April 2018

The Bolddog Lings Freestyle Motocross team will be in action at the Suffolk Show. Picture: SIMON PARKER

The Bolddog Lings Freestyle Motocross team will be in action at the Suffolk Show. Picture: SIMON PARKER

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Get a taste of the spectacular motorbike stunts in store at the Suffolk Show, by watching the Bolddog Lings in action in our video.

The amazing stunt team are set to be the Grand Ring highlight at the show, giving the crowds a chance to enjoy their daredevil antics.

The county showcase is set to take place on May 30 and 31, with many new attractions and free have-a-go activities, as well as unique shopping opportunities.

Based at Harleston in Norfolk, the Bolddog Lings motorcycle display team have been touring the country for many years and have built a great reputation.

They provide a unique, non-stop high-energy stunt show, featuring leading motocross and extreme sports participants,

The Bolddog Lings perform at more than 40 events annually, so that more than three million people see them live each year.

They have proved extremely popular at the Suffolk Show in the past, and fans are looking forward to seeing them in action this year.

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