LOTHIAN and Borders Classic & Vintage Motorbike Club is holding its Annual Show and Autojumble on Sunday, April 21.

The show, which is held in in the Drill Hall in Peebles, will see around 50 bikes on display.

The oldest bike to be displayed this year will be a Douglas dating back to 1919, with subsequent decades through to the 1980s represented at the show.

There will be three motorbike and sidecars on display - one being an original AA patrolman's BSA. There are also two Classic Motorcycle Specials this year - a 1973 Triumph Hurricane and a 1987 Kawasaki 550GT.

There will be something in the show for everyone who likes motorcycles - from the committed enthusiast to visitors who might only dream of owning one of the many bikes on display here today.

Families are welcome to attend, and visitors are encouraged to engage with bike owners and club members to learn more about the array of bikes on display.

In addition to the exhibits, a cafe will be serving teas, coffees, light snacks and home baking throughout the event.

The doors open at 10am and the event will run until 3pm.