Show off your prize motorbike at Leiston museum
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Want to show off your prize motorbike?
The Long Shop Museum in Leiston will be holding a motorbike show in early September this year, with free admission for those who add their own chopper to the display lines.
The show will be held at the museum on Sunday, September 9 from 10am until 4pm, with a vast array of modern and vintage bikes on show alongside David Silver’s incredible collection of Honda bikes, featuring over 150 different models including the very first 1948 A-type.
The Steam-up barbecue will be serving burgers and sausages, while the tea room will be serving homemade cakes and savouries with a plentiful supply of tea and coffee on the day.
Admissions are £6.50 for adults, £3.50 for children aged 4 to 15, £5 for young peopel aged 15 to 21 while children under four go free.
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Leiston/family passes are valid for the event.
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