The countdown has started to the second Louth Bike Night on Thursday, June 6.
Organiser Louth & District Lions Club said everything is poised for another crowdpuller, after a highly-successful inaugural event last year, which attracted 800 bikers and 1,500 members of the public.
Lions Club member Liz Shaw said the event will take place in the Cornmarket from 6pm to 9pm.
She said: “The event is being supported by stallholders, including Cadwell Park, The Blood Bikers, the Wolds Bikers, Triumph Owners’ Club, Louth Motorcycle Training (LMT). Robspeed from Grimsby, Louth Tyre Services and the Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance,” said Liz.
Lincolnshire Police and the Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership will also be in attendance.
Other attractions include live music from local band Klout. Louth butcher Trevor Fairbairn will be tempting tastebuds with an hog roast and there will be other foods and ice creams to buy too.
People will also find that some shops are staying open late.
“Our ultimate aim is for everyone to enjoy a memorable night out when we can also raise money for Louth & District Lions Club’s charity work locally,” added Liz.