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Stunt riding and live music on three stages will bring together motorcycle and music lovers for this year's Triumph Live festival in Gaydon on 12 July.

 

The event will feature motorcycle stunt displays and exhibition stands, food and markets at the Heritage Motor Centre this weekend.

 

Headliner of the event is Reverend and The Makers, the indie-pop outfit hailing from Sheffield. They will play some of their most popular songs, among them Heavyweight Champion of the World and The Only One. Also appearing at the event will be rock band Toseland, whose lead singer James Toseland is a former World Superbike champion.

 

Other acts will include the Triumph Live "Battle of the Band" winners from 2010, The Dunwells, as well as Rook and The Ravens, The Travelling Band and Jeramiah Ferrari.

 

Stunts taking place during the event will be performed by bikers such as "Mr Showtime" Steve Colley, international trials champion. The audience will also get to see extreme stunt rider Kevin Carmichael and Triumph Street Triple star Julien Welsch.

 

Custom bikes and Triumph memorabilia will be on display, along with the latest range of Triumph bikes, accessories and clothing.

 

This year's festival will bring together some great music talents, commented event manager Gareth Bright. He added that Triumph Live 2014 would be a fantastic day out for motorcycle enthusiasts and music lovers alike, as well as their families.

 

Since 2012, when the previous festival was held, Triumph Live has transferred from Leicestershire's Mallory Park to Gaydon to make it easier for visitors to access the site.

 

Tickets cost £28 for adults and entry is free for those under 18 accompanied by an adult.

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