The popular event runs from May to September and provides an opportunity for riders to meet and relax at the end of the week.
Attractions for the season opening meeting include the Triumph Show Truck, featuring a Moto 2 bike and a Triumph Factory Custom Thruxton, a pre-production example of a limited edition model, with only 750 bikes being built and offered for sale worldwide.
Husqvarna will be attending too, displaying their exciting range of 2019 models, with staff on hand to answer any questions, and Muc-Off will be bringing a selection of their distinctive products to clean, protect and lube your motorcycle, with plenty of free advice on bike care.
Rocking sounds will be provided by DJ Chunky, with a BBQ in the car park for visitors to grab food on the go, while Harry’s Cafe will be serving freshly-prepared food throughout the evening, for those who wish to sit down for a more leisurely meal indoors.
There will be opportunities to talk to volunteers from Freewheelers ‘blood bikes’ service and to find out more about advance training and riding skills from the IAM. Local special traders SaddleSoreTed – the replacement seat service – and Badge Man will also be there.
The Bike of the Night award is back by popular demand, recognising interesting or unusual bikes ridden to the event.
Bristol Bike Night is at Fowlers Motorcycles from 5.30-8.30 pm on Friday 10th May, and then on on the first Friday of every month June-September. Entry is free and everyone is welcome, whatever they ride.
Fowlers is conveniently located at 2-12 Bath Road, Bristol BS4 3DR, on the A38 inner ring road and within a 5-minute walk of Temple Meads mainline railway station. Find out more by calling Fowlers on 0117 977 0466 or visiting www.fowlers.co.uk.