The Carole Nash Great Scottish Bike Show takes place at Lanark Agricultural Centre, Hyndford Road, Lanark, on Saturday, May 11, and Sunday, May 12.
The Vertical Trix stunt team and their ‘stunt monkey’ will be burning rubber as they drift and jump their sports bikes around the arena; classic 1920s motorcycles will race around the gravity-defying Wall of Death and the Danny Butler Extreme Mountain Bike Show will provide pedal-powered thrills.
Brian Marr will be proving that trials riders see every obstacle as an opportunity and there will be a classic scrambles competition on a dedicated scrambles track for both days of the event too.
Show-goers can practice pulling wheelies on a Repsol Honda bike in complete safety on the Extreme Wheelie machine and children can join in the fun on an inflatable mini quad bike track.
Star guests at the show will be father and son Scots racing champions Bill and Ian Simpson. Both are Isle of Man TT winners and Ian scored a long list of victories in Grand Prix and road races.
A wide selection of trade stands will also be offering motorcycling parts and merchandise for sale and there will be both private motorcycle exhibitors and club stands.
Classic Bike Shows organiser Nick Mowbray said: “We’ve got some very talented performers lined up for the Carole Nash Great Scottish Bike Show and I’m looking forward to seeing what they can do.
“Clubs and private owners will be showcasing a huge selection of both classic and modern machinery that you’ll be able to examine at close quarters.
“Our star guests Bill and Ian Simpson have got some amazing stories to tell about their racing careers and there will be loads to see and do whether you come on your own or bring the kids too.”