MORE details have been announced for the forthcoming Ballymoney Motorcycle Show, being held over the weekend of March 4-5 at the Joey Dunlop Leisure Centre.
This year’s chosen charity is Macmillan Cancer Support Causeway Group. Event organiser, David Louden, explained: “We believe this is a very worthy charity and we would like to help them raise money to help pay for the staffing and equipment costs for the new specialist Palliative Care Unit at Antrim Hospital where relatives and friends will be able to spend some quality time with patients in a comfortable and friendly atmosphere.”
Top riders appearing at the show will include NW200 winner Paul Robinson, who will be displaying his new 125 Aprilla for the first time along with the 250 Honda he will be riding for D&GW Racing this season.
Other riders include William Dunlop, Sam Dunlop, James McCann, Barry Davidson, Jeff Shaw and others yet to confirm.
There will be stalls providing clothing, leathers, helmets, boots and gloves as well as photos and memorabilia with competitions and prizes for young and old.
As well as this there will be large displays of bikes from the latest racing machines to vintage.
So come along and have a great family day out and help support this dedicated charity.
The show opens on Friday March 4 at 5-10pm and continues on Saturday March 5 from 10am-5pm.
Contact Davy on 028 27 664464 or 07922060107.
Admission is £6 and £2 for OAPs and U12s.