The Grimsby daredevil will be taking on the infamous challenge again at Kirmington pub The Marrowbone and Cleaver.
The former motorcycle racer will be facing the Wall of Death – again – at his family owned pub The Marrowbone and Cleaver, High Street, Kirmington, from Friday 1st September to Sunday 3rd September as part of a special fun day weekend being held at the pub.
Over the course of the weekend, there will be several different performances for visitors that will be taking place throughout each day, starting on the Friday night and continuing until Sunday evening. Guy has previously taken on the Wall of Death, setting a world record for the fastest speed ever reached on one in April of last year.
Ken Fox, who has 40 years of experience riding and teaching riders to use the Wall of Death has organised the weekend, which should be a wonderful and eye-opening experience for everyone. Guy Martin has not been riding on the wall since he pulled off his world record, but everyone on the team that knows him is sure that he will be jumping back on!
The show can be watched by up to 200 people at a time and will start with an initial demonstration of how riders can get onto the Wall of Death, and will quickly escalate into much more dangerous stunts, as the team of four riders perform motorcycle acrobatics, such as sitting on the handlebars and standing on the seat of the motorbike.
It’s sure to be a fantastic day out for all of the family with an outdoor bar, food served throughout the day and live band, The Houseshakers playing on the Saturday. Parking is available on the playing fields across the road for just £1 will all proceeds going to the St Helena Church Fund. Attendance to the Wall of Death is £2.50, which is paid on arrival.
The shows will follow a simple format, starting with a demonstration about how to get on and use the wall, followed by a go-kart show where the public will see how four wheeled vehicles can use it. This will be followed by an acrobatic performance where riders will be doing all sorts of wild stunts, finishing with all four riders on the wall racing.