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SteveH

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Honda Goldwing Light Parade
« on: August 19, 2018, 12:46:35 PM »
The popular Honda Goldwing Light Parade will return to Llandudno on September 1 at 8pm.

There will be a display of the Goldwings on the promenade between 10am and 4pm and a static light show on the promenade at the end of the parade.
Trikes, Combinations and Solo bikes will be on display.

Martin Smith, of the Lions club of Llandudno, said: "Llandudno will be pleased to welcome the Honda Goldwing Light Parade for their amazing annual light parade.

"This is a family event, and the Trikes, Combinations and Solo bikes will be inspected and judged by our local dignitaries."
The event is a Llandudno Lions fundraiser and is supported by Conwy County Borough Council and the Llandudno Town council in aid of the RNLI, the Blood Bikes and the Lions Charities.

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Re: Honda Goldwing Light Parade
« Reply #1 on: August 20, 2018, 12:54:04 PM »
Not forgetting the parade...

    Saturday display of Goldwings on promenade 10:00am until 4:00pm.
    Goldwing Light Parade Saturday evening: 8:00pm start.
    Static light show on promenade at the end of the parade.
    Trikes, Combinations and Solo bikes will be on display.

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Re: Honda Goldwing Light Parade................... TODAY
« Reply #2 on: September 01, 2018, 01:34:56 PM »
Just a reminder.

Saturday display of Goldwings on promenade 10:00am until 4:00pm.
    Goldwing Light Parade Saturday evening: 8:00pm start.
    Static light show on promenade at the end of the parade.
    Trikes, Combinations and Solo bikes will be on display.


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Re: Honda Goldwing Light Parade
« Reply #3 on: September 03, 2018, 12:20:15 PM »
The popular Honda Gold Wing Light Parade returned to the town on Saturday.
The day saw 152 Honda Gold Wing bikes take part; it was the largest display in the event's seven-year history

The oldest bike in the spectacular show was a 1977 Honda 1000, whilst the newest was a 2017 model.

Mr Crowley added: "You are looking at vehicles costing just under £30,000 for a motorcycle. However, for a trike, you are looking at £46,000 as Gold Wings must be converted to trikes.

"If you consider there are 152 Gold Wings on display you are looking at over £5 million worth of vehicles."

The dazzling show raised money for three charities - the Llandudno RNLI, Blood Bikes and Llandudno Lions Clubís good causes.
Graham Shimmin, president of the Lions Club of Llandudno, said: "I donít know the final sum yet, but we have raised thousands for the charities.   ref Pioneer

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