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Showing off custom ink, rides

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May 14, 2018

A tatts and bikes fan who wished to remain anonymous was happy to show off his detailed Indian chief tattoo at the Shepparton Tatts & Bikes show on Saturday.

The aptly named Harley Newman, 3, received his first tattoo at Saturday’s 25th Shepparton Bike & Tattoo show.

Organiser “Baz” said numbers were down on previous years, but hundreds still enjoyed the show.

Hundreds of tattoo and bike enthusiasts flocked to the Overlander Hotel on Saturday for Shepparton’s 25th Bike & Tattoo show.

Attendees enjoyed the good weather and a live band, while admiring the custom hogs on display. Most of the crowd sported their own inked skin and dozens of men and women competed in various categories of best tattoo.

Harley Newman, 3, got his first tattoo courtesy of Tatts Traffic’s Dev Levi and seemed happy about his removable green dinosaur.

Organiser ‘‘Baz’’ said numbers were down on previous years.

He attributed the drop to less interest in custom bikes.

‘‘The young guys don’t seem to be as into them as they used to be,’’ he said.

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