Saturday, 7 July 2012
7th - 8th Jul 2012
NB WEEKEND CAMPING TICKETS VALID FROM FRIDAY 6TH JULY
The second show in the BMF’s season sees the party heading North to the Borders Union Showground at Kelso. This is a great event for those who enjoy camping (and for those who prefer the day visit!) because of the fantastic setting.
For the campers, gates open from 14.00 on Friday 6th July.
For the day visitors the gates are open from 09.00 – 17.00 on Saturday 7th – Sunday 8th July.
The BMF Kelso Bikefest brings bikes, entertainment, music and above all great fun to the Borders region and the surrounding roads lend themselves to be explored.
For those camping there’ll be live music on Friday & Saturday evenings. There is of course the very well attended Best in Show display of bikes which is always a great spectacle with good cash prizes going to class winners. They’ll be a fun fair, plenty of trade stalls and an awful lot of bikes!
And continuing for 2012– Club Games which will have a knock-out round on Saturday and the Grand final on Sunday.
A beer tent with live music (in addition to the evening bands in the main hall)
For ticket information click here or purchase your tickets from the BMF Show online ticket system
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