By Kevin Unitt 16/02 Updated: 17/02 11:28
BIKERS are being offered free popcorn if they attend a special preview screening of 'I, Superbiker – The Showdown' at Leamington's Apollo Cinema on Tuesday evening (February 21).
It will be shown from 7.15pm following a 30-minute question and answer session with British Superbike Champion and star of the film Tommy Hill, who will be joined by fellow showdown riders Shane Byrne and Michael Laverty and film director Mark Sloper.
The host for the evening will be ex-champion and TV commentator James Whitham.
The film, a high-octane follow up to last year's ‘I Superbiker’, charts the story of one of the greatest motorbike races of all time to decide the climax of the 2011 British Superbike season, which had six
Lisa Parry, general manager of Apollo Cinemas Leamington, said: “We’re delighted to be able to screen what was one of the great moments of British sport from last year.
Tommy Hill added: "British Superbikes is motorcycle racing at its very best and this film shows that brilliantly. It's amazing to see BSB on the cinema screen. It's a massive sport with a great following - now hopefully people who don't know it that well can see what an incredible event it is.”
For more information and tickets visit www.apollocinemas.com
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