A host of star names will be in attendance at the Cookstown Motorcycle Show on Saturday, March 14, which will be held in the First Presbyterian Church Grounds at Fairhill Road.
Guests include William Dunlop, Dean Harrison, Phillip McCallen, Alastair Seeley, Connor Behan, Jamie Hamilton, Glenn Irwin, Richard Glasgow and Davy Morgan, who will participate in chat shows hosted by Steve Plater and Liam Beckett.
Dunlop and Seeley will have returned from pre-season testing in Spain and will be able to give an insight into their first impressions of the all-new Tyco BMW machines as they prepare for the North West 200 in May.
Former Isle of Man Senior TT winner and NW200 200 hero Plater will officially open the show on Saturday morning at 10am.
Two brand new BMW S1000RR machines will be on display along with a number of Harley Davidson machines, with Royal Enfield, Norton and Ballymena Honda also providing bikes.
Race team bosses Philip Neill, Tim Martin and John Burrows will also field questions about the season ahead.
A large variety of stands offer memorabilia, photographs and an auto jumble plus an auction will also be held on Saturday.
The show will take place from 10am-5pm. Admission is only £5 and proceeds will go towards missionary projects.