A HOST of custom bikes were on show at a charity fund-raising event organised by an East Staffordshire pub.
Karen McLean, landlady of the Leopard Inn, in Tutbury, put on the run and bike show in a bid to raise much needed cash for the Midlands Air Ambulance.
In an effort to raise as much money as possible barman Callum Mclean (pictured) shaved his head to try and boost the good cause they were supporting.
Early estimates show that more than £450 was raised as a result of the event.
The fund-raiser also saw a charity chest wax take palce as well as a prize raffle draw and an auction.
A range of custom and specialist motorbikes were also on display including choppers and a Harley Davidson.
Burton’s MP Andrew Griffiths was also on hand to preside over proceedings.
More information on the Midlands Air Ambulance is available by visiting www.midlandsairambulance.com/