AN annual charity motorbike show attracted record crowds.

And the event, staged by Yorkshire Classic Motorcycle Club, raised £2,500.

The money will be split between three charities – Oxenhope Sue Ryder hospice Manorlands, the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and The Cellar Trust, in Shipley.

Eighty bikes were entered in the event, with the oldest being a rare 1922 Sun Villiers owned by John Mitchell.

A restored 1955 NSU 250cc, belonging to Wilsden rider Raymond King, was voted 'best in show'.

The show, the club's 17th, took place at the New Quarry House, Lees Moor.

Club president, Neil Anderton, says: "The evening was a great success.

"From the start, bikes and cars kept arriving until all parking was full and vehicles were parked along the road outside the pub, ensuring the night was a financial success just when donations to charities are under pressure after Covid and with current rising costs.

"A display of pre-65 British trials bikes owned by club members attracted a lot of attention, as did a large autojumble stall which was busy all night."