A motorcycle show featuring 2,000 bikes and the "jaw-dropping" Wall of Death is returning to Suffolk later this year.

The Extreme Stonham Motorcycle Show will feature award-winning sports bikes, café racers, old-school choppers, show ring displays, autojumble, and trade and dealership stands.

One of the highlights of the show is the "oldest surviving" Wall of Death where motorcyclists ride around the inside of a vertical wall as the audience watches closely from the side line. 

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Wall of Death show team member Luke Fox said: "We love the Stonham Motorcycle Show. It's such a mega day in the show calendar. The bikes, the atmosphere and the extreme demonstrations make it one not to be missed.

"It's just great to get the feedback from those who watch the show. They are always in awe of what they have witnessed. You must see it- at least once in a lifetime."

It will cost £2 per person to see the Wall of Death show.

East Anglian Daily Times: The show will feature around 2000 motorcyclesThe show will feature around 2000 motorcycles (Image: Madhouse PR)

Professional street bike freestyle stunt team 2Bros Stunt Team will be performing a choreographed show with the latest street bike freestyle tricks. 

For aspiring young riders there will also be the chance to see The Rockets Children's Motorcycle Display Team featuring riders aged between 5 and 15 years-old performing tricks, high-speed crossovers and jumps. 

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East Anglian Daily Times: Professional riders will be performing stunt showsProfessional riders will be performing stunt shows (Image: Madhouse PR)

Josh Forward, of Stonham Barns Park, said: "The Motorcycle Show is the all-action event that brings in enthusiasts from all over the East of England. So many ultra-cool bikes in one place and the chance for bike owners to swap stories of bike builds. 

"We have got so many attractions to fit in this year- including the sights and sounds of around 2,000 motorcycles."

The show returns to Stonham Barns Park on Sunday, May 5 with standard tickets costing £10 while children under 12 go free.