London's Olympia will come to life with the sights of beautiful custom machinery later this month as the Kickback show returns on October 29 and 30.
The show will feature the works of experienced builders, artists, craftsmen and engineers in what the organisers are calling “a blank canvas to express their imagination”.
There will be around 100 motorcycles on display with highlights including the Rob North Framed BSA and the Indian that Guy Martin rode to a world record on his Wall of Death stunt earlier this year.
Meanwhile the eccentric-sounding 'Art Space' presented by the University of the Arts London will be showing motorcycle-based pieces and there will also be live music plus vintage biker films.
The show will run from 2-7pm on Saturday October 29 and from 10am-4pm on Sunday October 30. Weekend passes are £8.95 in advance or £10 on the day. Visit the Kickback show website for more.
Photo: Lee Marshall Bike: Marlon Moto
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