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Bike show rolls into town

MAREEBA Workers Club Annual Bike Show is set to roll into Mareeba this weekend for its 19th annual event.

The show will feature bikes from all over Queensland and will feature up to 14 different categories for judging. Judging will start at 3pm with the presentation at 4:30.

The classes up for nomination include People’s choice, Best Custom, Best Shovel, Best Evo, Best Twin Cam, Best Sportster, Best Vintage/Classic, Best British, Best Modified, Best Ladies, Best Paint, Best Jap, Best Junior and Furthest ridden on the day.

Mareeba Workers Club Annual Bike Show coordinator Walter Cagnin said preparations for this year’s event have been great.

“We’re always on top of it and we’re just putting the finishing touches on now and we’re all looking forward to a great weekend, he said.

“Hopefully the weather permits and attendees of all ages can enjoy the wonderful attractions this event has to offer.”

Mr Cagnin said while there may be a few differences in 2019 to the bike shows in years past, the core of it will be the same.

“It’s a fantastic family fun day that has entertainment, amazing bikes both inside and outside of the show and hopefully it will be a success.”

Mr Cagnin said he would like to thank the sponsors for their support, particularly Mareeba Crane Hire who have been a feature sponsor since the bike show’s inception.

Live music will be provided to enjoy through the night plus overnight camping for those too eager on the bar. Kids will also be entertained with a kid’s corner and face painting.

Workers club gates will open at Midday at 3 Reynolds St Mareeba.

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