It's almost time for the 38th consecutive year of the Evandale Village Fair and National Penny Farthing Championships.
Several members of the event's organising committee retired last year but at a village meeting in September new members put their hands up to ensure the event would continue for 2020.
Event committee president Howard Rowe said the championship was recognised internationally as the world's largest annual event devoted to racing antique bicycles.
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"Of course, the National Championship is the main race of the day, but everyone loves to watch the slow race - riding these bikes slowly is much harder than it looks."
This year's event takes place on Saturday, February 22 between 10am to 4pm. Entry to the event is $12 per person and free for anyone under 16.