The 5th annual Blues, Beers & Bikes festival is on again at Prancing Pony Brewery, see as the carpark is transformed into a biker’s dream from 2pm on 23rd February.
Over 500 bikes are expected to be on display along with the sounds of Dave Blight (former harmonica player for Cold Chisel) and Mick Kidd playing the Blues.
As Frank and Corinna (who will be defending her speed record on her Royal Enfield, named Mrs Moore after a character in the EM Forster novel A Passage to India) ride bikes on Lake Gairdner for Speed Week, their Royal Enfield GT will be on show where you can check out the modifications which have been made.
This bike has clocked up a speed of 110.408mph, and If you like sound, we may even start it in the brewery for a bit of noise and to get a feel for a real angry Royal Enfield.
So, bring down your bike for a fun filled day with some afternoon blues. Brewshed is open from 10am.