Boston will be bike mecca this Thursday (July 4) from 6pm as motorcycles of all shapes and sizes stream into town for Boston Bike Night.
The event has grown massively over the years and now features as a main event on the national motorcycle calendar, receiving publicity in top publications such as Bike magazine and Motorcycle News.
As the event has grown it has demanded more space and this year, for the second year, it will focus on Central Park, but with more space between motorcycles with additional display space in Wide Bargate.
Most people enjoyed the new location in Central Park last year, with a few complaining that space between the assembled motorcycles was a little cramped. Organisers hope the use of Wide Bargate will open up space there and in Central Park to meet these observations.
Boston Bike Night is now in its 23rd year and continues to attract riders from all over the country.
The event will see riders of motorcycles, scooters, trikes and sidecars. This spectacular array of machinery, including all types of makes and models, from sports bikes, tourers, to the classic varieties, is the big draw.
It is also a great family night out with entertainment from a live band, food stalls and around 40 trade stands. There will also be club and specialist stalls.
The organisers thank supporters: J&B Motorcycles, Sportsbikeshop, Smartmove, Langrick Station Cafe, TFM, Siltside Services, The Hammer and Pincers, Newflame, SnakShak, Quinstone UK and Boston Borough Council.
Crowds and bikes from last year’s Bike Night – the first to be held in the more relaxed environment of Central Park.