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Thousands of motorbikes descend on a sweltering hot Boston

Last night's Boston Bike night saw the arrival of thousands of motorbikes of every shape and colour as the town heaved with so many visitors, enjoying the entertainment and hot weather.

Through the evening, the bikes, trikes, choppers, scooters, ATV's and custom one-off's, kept arriving with parking in Wide Bargate, Pescod Square, Market Place and an impressive display through Central Park.

Trader stalls and live entertainment complemented the visual and audio feast of shiny metal and loud pipes, whilst local retailers provided much needed refreshment, with burgers and ice cream aplenty.

Strait Bargate hosted a custom show with beautiful custom builds and classic bikes from every era. Entries ranged from unique choppers, to classic Harley Davidson's, Triumph's and Kawazaki's. Presenting the custom show prizes, Mayor of Boston, Cllr Bernard Rush embraced the opportunity to pose with the custom show winners and a varied range on colourful bikes.

The sponsors on the night were Boston Big Local, J&B Motorcycles, Sportsbikeshop, Diva's Cakes, A-Plant, Boston English Academy, Smartmove, Boston Lithuanian Community, Pescod Square, Silt Side Service Limited, Snak Shak, Tates, Things To Do In Boston, Langrick Station Cafe, Vital Recruitment, TFM Supplies, The Little Kitchen, Newflame and Black Cat Designs.  

Boston Mayor Cllr Rush presenting prizes at the show Displays a larger version of this image in a new browser window

Mayor of Boston, Cllr Bernard Rush awards a classic Harley Davidson.

Busy Market Place Displays a larger version of this image in a new browser window

A very busy Market Place

Boston Mayor Cllr Rush and British Legion Riders Club Displays a larger version of this image in a new browser window

British Legion Riders with Mayor of Boston, Cllr Bernard Rush