Classic motorcycles next on show

At last year's show, Judge Barry Brian inspects the motorcycles and grades them on points.

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The fifth annual Classic Motorcycle Show at the Arran Heritage Museum is expected to be their biggest yet.

The response to invitations to members of mainland clubs and local enthusiasts inviting them to show their machines,  including off-road machines, so far indicates that there will be a very memorable turnout on the day.

The show starts on Sunday July 1 at 1.30pm, when a parade of gleaming vehicles will be lined up on the lawn, and their owners will be on hand to discuss and explain their machines.  If any local owners that have not been invited would like to bring their machines and join the fun they will be made most welcome.

As musical accompaniment the Arran Pipe Band will play a set at approximately 2pm, and the Arran Jazz Café Band will play throughout the afternoon.  Café Rosaburn will be providing delicious teas, snacks, burgers and meals and the famous museum tombola stand will also be handing out prizes to the lucky winners.