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Shepparton's Custom Bike, Car and Tattoo show draws big crowd

More than 1000 people showed off their latest bikes, cars and ink at the ever-popular Shepparton show.

ESTELLE GRIEPINK January 20, 2014 4:07am

Aaron Atkins, 21, of Kyabram shows off his tattoos.

The annual Shepparton Custom Bike, Car and Tattoo show drew more than 1000 people to Shepparton’s Overlander Hotel on Saturday.

The show has been a popular part of the Shepparton calender for more than 20 years, bringing together music, machine and body art enthusiasts.

More than 200 gleaming motorcycles were on display, and veteran AC/DC tribute band Dirty Deeds kept the crowd entertained.

Manager Steve Buzzo said the event’s attendees were a diverse group.

‘‘We have people travel from Melbourne, Geelong, Tasmania and interstate, and all ages too — from kids to 60-year-olds,’’ Mr Buzzo said.

‘‘It’s got a good following because it has a good mix of bikes, tattoos and cars, it’s something that lots of people can enjoy.’’

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