Over 4,000 visitors at Kirkcaldy Bikes in the Park
Bikers across Scotland flood to Kirkcaldy’s Beveridge Park for the annual Bikes in the Park this year
This is the third year Kirkcaldy and District Motor Club (KDMC) have organised Bikes in the Park, bringing together thousands of motorcyclists across Scotland.
Over 600 riders parked up on the old race track surrounding the park, to view the bikes on display. Trophies were up for grabs for over 30 categories for exhibitors, which ranged from a vintage 1920s bike to a classic modern Harley Davidson.
On the day, more than 4,000 bike enthusiasts and their families who attended could visit a variety of trade stands offering everything from bike parts to accessories and clothing. They could also peruse the various displays, including the memorial plaque for Jock Taylor and the sculpture commemorating the motorcycle racing circuit which ran in Beveridge Park until the 1980s, unveiled by Lianda Barnes, Specialist in Motorcycle Law at Digby Brown, in 2015.
Memorial plaque for Jock Taylor, Scottish World Champion motorcycle sidecar racer
Carved wooden sculpture of a racing bike and rider commemorating the famous motorcycle racing circuit
The Kirkcaldy Rugby Club, sponsored by Digby Brown, also opened up their clubhouse to the public, providing refreshments for bikers and families.
Lianda Barnes, Partner and Motorcycle Law specialist at Digby Brown's Kirkcaldy office, said “This is an excellent local event in Kirkcaldy that draws bikers together from across Fife and beyond.
“We were delighted to support Bikes in the Park again this year and see the fabulous displays. The Park always stirs lots of fond memories, and we’re proud to be associated with bringing bikes back to the centre of Kirkcaldy”.
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