If you are looking to have a great weekend with your family members, then you should go to the Llandovery Motorbike Weekend, taking place at Llandovery Mart, on 7th – 8th July 2018. It is the third time the festival is taking place. The show is free to all those who wish to attend it. The organisers have gotten a wide variety of supporters and events to attend the festival so that you have a great experience. To give you a taste of how much fun the show will be, here are some of the events taking place:
Biker Down Sessions
The Carmarthenshire Road Safety Team, along with their partners will be hosting the Biker Down sessions for free. Whether you are a motorbike enthusiast or you are just visiting for the entertainment, it is important to sign up for this event. It is an educational tool for the motorbike community, where the aim is to reduce serious injuries to the riders.
Celebrity Biker Tales
Gareth Jones, an adventurer, will be attending the festival. He wants to share his experiences about the adventure he had in Africa, along with his trustworthy Harley. Once Jones is done talking about his stories, he will have a meal and a pint with all the attendees. To support Blood Bikers Wales and Wales Air Ambulance, the organisers will hold an auction. Paul Fielding will be hosting the entire event, including the dinner at the festival. If you want to attend this event, you will have to a pay a cover charge of £16. The ticket price is inclusive of a meal, coffee/soft drink/pint, and the entry fee. Also, you can enter the raffle draw for free, where you can win a special prize.
For any motorbiking event to be entertaining throughout the day, it is paramount the organisers have live music. For this year, you will be having a great time while you check out the various events at the festival, thanks to performances from various bands such as The Excuses, Mockingbird, and The Sliders to name a few.
The Bike Show
For the Llandovery Motorbike Weekend, there will be a bike show, where hundreds of machines will be on display. The competition will take place on both days, ensuring that you get to see some of the best motorbikes you can imagine. If you wish to take part in this competition, you will have to pay an entry fee of £5. It is important that your motorbike is completely functional, as it is a primary requisite. There are four categories in the show – British, Vintage, Japanese, and European.
Town Crier Competition
There is an additional event known as Town Crier for all the bikers at the festival. Only 12 club representatives or individuals can take part in this event. There are two competitions in this event – The Loudest Voice and The Best Dressed Biker. For The Loudest Voice, you will have to talk about your motorbike, other similar machines, or your experiences on one.