Bikers and motorcross fans are in for a treat as Ghost Bikes is set to open its new doors in Preston.Advertisement
Leading retailer of motorcycle and Motocross clothing and accessories, Ghost Bikes will be having a grand open day event for motorcycle enthusiasts to enjoy.
Introducing their new 11,000 sq ft motorcycle and motocross gear destination store, the free opening event will take place on Saturday 10 March.
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The specialist showroom features helmets, gloves, clothing, armour and accessories from top brand names including Alpinestars, Arai, Shoei, Spada, Airoh, Caberg, Sidi, O’Neal, Nitro, Ducchini, Givi, Oxford.
It is located at Unit 1A Fishwick Park, on Mercer Street – having relocated from Deepdale Mill Street where they have been trading since 2004.
A spokesperson for Ghost Bikes said: “Join GhostBikes as we introduce you to our new look Motorcycle and Motocross Store and lay on some great family entertainment for you.
“The day promises to be full of entertainment, with great stunt shows, rider meet & greets, kids entertainment, great food, music and amazing prizes.”
Suitable for biker guests of all ages, entertainment will include 3 Time World Champion (TDN) Steve Colley performing his new 2018 stunt show.
Professional street bike freestyle stunt team Two Brothers Racing Team made up of the Number One and Two British stunt riders ‘Vandal’ and his partner in crime ‘Toddy’.
The duos four half hour shows will take place at 10.30am, 12pm, 1.30pm and 3pm.
Fantastic prizes will be up for grabs including the opportunity to win BSB VIP weekend tickets, signed helmets, chairs, clothing, accessories and more.
Lee Johnson and John McGuiness will also be in attendance to add some celebrity magic.
You can test your racing skills with the SuperBike Racing Bug, experiencing all the thrills of real superbike racing yet avoiding some of the dangers usually associated with the sport – with the chance to win a trophy for the fastest lap.
The Extreme Wheelie stimulator will be on hand for you to test your skills and Preston-based face painter Bei from ThatFacePainter will be there from 10am.
Dynojet UK will be performing power runs to check the health and performance of your bike and the Shoei, Shark and Oxford trucks will be out on the day to carry out free health checks on your helmet.
A charity auction will also take place from 2pm.
Food on the day includes Dougy’s Caribbean takeaway, Falafel Express, traditional Fish & Chips, the Nags Head and more.
You can turn up on the day, and if you would like a free entry to win a raffle prize you can register for a free event ticket online.
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