Photos from Great Yarmouth Wheels Festival and Motorcycle Takeover 2017
Now in its third year, Great Yarmouth's Wheels Festival has once again proved popular.
On Saturday over 5,000 bikers descended on the seafront as part of the Great Yarmouth Motorcycle Takeover.
Hundreds of people also enjoyed the classic cars and engines on display right along the seafront.
On Sunday people can still enjoy the attractions which are on display until the evening.
Organised by Great Yarmouth Borough Council and the Wheels Festival committee, the popular festival is now in its third year.
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As part of the Pushing Ahead project to promote cycling and walking, Active Norfolk, the county's sports partnership, has arranged a host of pedal-powered fun and cycling confidence building activities, including can-crushing, paint-spinning and balloon-blowing bikes.
There will be learn-to-ride sessions for all ages, bicycle maintenance workshops and an adventure course with bikes provided. Local colleges will be bringing their engineered smoothie-making bikes and blade bikes.
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Meanwhile, people will have the chance to ride some really wacky bikes, courtesy of Doc Spinoff and his Tricky Tricycles. In addition, the Extreme Wheels roadshow will be delivering further cycle-related fun, with a mobile skate park and KMX karts.
The GY Wheels Festival is sponsored by Great Yarmouth Borough Council, the Greater Yarmouth Tourism and Business Improvement Area (GYTABIA),
Joyland and the American Diner, Active Norfolk and the Department for Transport.
Gareth Brown, chairman of the Greater Yarmouth Tourism and Business Improvement Area Ltd, said: 'Lots of tourists bring their bikes to Great Yarmouth when they come on holiday as Norfolk's roads are ideal for a leisurely ride and the perfect way to discover tea rooms and cafes off the beaten track.'
Other attractions include bespoke hotrods from the National Street Rod Association, East Coast Pirates Car Club, Lotus Carltons and other big Vauxhall Opel makes from the Autobahn Stormers Club, plus some GT40s.