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BIKERS, start your engines: Bathurst Street and Custom Motorcycle Show is back for 2022. After being canceled due to COVID last year, the show will return to Russell Street along Kings Parade on Saturday, February 12th, along with the Local Club Bad Hobos SMC offers the annual motorcycle fair a large exhibition of motorcycles and with 18 categories there is something for everyone, said spokeswoman Rose Hancock. REVIEW: Big show of motorcycles and enthusiasts despite the impending rain. The categories include people choice, best trike / sidecar, best paintwork, best classic car, most unusual and many more. The last event in 2020 drew over 100 motorcycle enthusiasts who participated in the competition. To enter, just show up on the day with your pride and joy and the $ 10 entry fee, Ms. Hancock said. IN OTHER NEWS: She said the event was free for general admission and there will be stalls and food, as well as a bouncy castle and live music all day. The community-based motorcycle fair has been held in February for the last 13 years and attracts riders and enthusiasts from across the Midwest. Ms. Hancock said the 10 am to 2 pm event is suitable for the whole family. For more information or to have a booth that day, visit the Bathurst Bike Show website.

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NEED FOR SPEED: After the Bathurst Street and Custom Motorcycle Show 2021 was canceled due to COVID, it’s returning. Photo: BRETT POZZA

BIKERS, start your engines: The Bathurst Street and Custom Motorcycle Show is back for 2022.

After the show was canceled due to COVID last year, the show will return to Russell Street along Kings Parade on Saturday February 12th.

The annual motorcycle show is run by Brotherhood CMC with the support of the local Bad Hobos SMC club and features a large display of motorcycles, and with 18 categories there will be something for everyone, said spokeswoman Rose Hancock.

The categories include People’s Choice, Best Trike / Sidecar, Best Paint, Best Vintage, Most Unusual, and much more.

The last event in 2020 drew over 100 motorcycle enthusiasts who participated in the competition.

To enter, just show up on the day with your pride and joy and the $ 10 entry fee, Ms. Hancock said.

She said the event is free to general admission and there will be stalls and food, as well as a bouncy castle and live music throughout the day.

The community-based motorcycle fair has been held in February for the last 13 years and attracts riders and enthusiasts from across the Midwest.

Ms. Hancock said the 10 am to 2 pm event is suitable for the whole family.

For more information or to have a booth that day, visit the Bathurst Bike Show website.

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