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Ipswich motorcycle show set to attract bikers from across Europe

PUBLISHED: 12:40 20 September 2018 | UPDATED: 12:40 20 September 2018

Hundreds of motorbike enthusiasts will be making their way to Copdock Picture: SU ANDERSON

Hundreds of motorbike enthusiasts will be making their way to Copdock Picture: SU ANDERSON

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Bikers from across Europe will visit Copdock for an annual motorcycle show.

Last years Copdock motorcycle show was a roaring success Picture: SU ANDERSONLast years Copdock motorcycle show was a roaring success Picture: SU ANDERSON

The 27th Copdock Motorcycle Show, held on Sunday, October 7, will feature former pro-biker and truck racer Steve “Stavros” Parrish as their guest speaker.

Bike enthusiasts will also get to see Ken Fox’s “Wall of Death” at the show, with riders performing stunts on 18ft vertical walls and Lings Bolddog Display Team, the UK’s number one freestyle motocross display team.

The Copdock Classic Motorcycle Club publicity officer said: “This is a show run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts.

“It has gained the respect of the biking fraternity over the years and has evolved into a quality motorcycle show which embraces many eras of Motorcycling and still provides a great day out.”

E-tickets are £8.50 for adults, tickets on the day are £10 and under-14s go free.

All tickets are available at the clubs website.

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