The Tasmanian Outdoor Boat and Caravan Show is over for another year, with plenty of satisfied customers and stallholders left in its wake.
For Jimmy Furey of JJ Bikes in Newtown, his exhibition of motorised bikes was quite successful.
"It's been very good this year, it's been pretty busy, it's been a good response and everyone's liked them [the bikes]," Mr Furey said.
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Mr Furey said many adventurers were fascinated by the many uses the electric cycles had for the outdoors.
"People want to get out and about on a bike and maybe it's been a few years or the sands of time are making it a bit harder, this just makes it easier," he said.
"On the practical side with caravans and motor homes - you pull up and you don't have to take everything away. You can just get the bike and go to the shop or wherever you want to go."
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