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Reid and Whitham star attractions for Dromara Destroyers' Tribute Motorcycle Show

Published 06/11/2015

Picture by Matt Mackey/presseye.com
Presseye.com - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 10th June 2011.
2011 Isle of Man Milestones of the Mountain parade lap.
Brian Reid and Hector Neil pictured as Brian take to the mountain on a parade lap.
Picture by Matt Mackey/presseye.com Presseye.com - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 10th June 2011. 2011 Isle of Man Milestones of the Mountain parade lap. Brian Reid and Hector Neil pictured as Brian take to the mountain on a parade lap.

Former British Superbike champion Jamie Whitham will be the special guest at the Dromara Destroyers' Tribute Motorcycle Show in Lisburn on November 13 and 14.

Whitham is now a popular pundit on British Eurosport working alongside well-known anchor presenter and fellow wise-cracker Jack Burnicle.

Back by popular demand, the motorcycle show is again supported by Lisburn City Council, with Whitham on hand to keep the craic and banter going during Saturday's chat show, alongside former double world champion Brian Reid and a plethora of local racing talent.

A top-class display of contemporary and classic machinery will be housed inside the Lagan Valley Leisureplex venue, where racing fans can meet the full Dromara Destroyers team of Reid, Ian McGregor, Trevor Steele and the legendary Ray McCullough, among other names to be announced in the coming days. It should be quite an occasion.

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