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
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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