WORLD-RENOWNED street trials riders Danny MacAskill, Duncan Shaw and Ali Clarkson are set to wow spectators at the Enduro World Series Tweed Valley.

The event takes place at the fields near Traquair Forest, Innerleithen, this weekend.

The Drop and Roll Show, presented by Muc-Off, has confirmed the two free street trials shows will take place at noon tomorrow (Saturday, October 2) and also at 11.30am at the event’s Festival Village.

Muc-off is also running a bike care club for children on Saturday at 2pm and Sunday at 1pm, where youngsters can learn how to clean their bikes and have a lot of fun at the same time.

Families are encouraged to watch the EWS Pro Stage on Saturday afternoon, where professional riders will take on a thrilling stage next to the festival village for bonus points to add to their series tallies.

The hugely popular event also includes children's movies played on the big screen in the Festival Village (Ghostbusters 3pm today [Friday]; and Luca 11.45am Saturday).

Across the festival weekend, there will be local food and drinks, music, and more entertainment.

The organisers are putting on a free spectator shuttle bus service from the Festival Village site at Traquair Forest, to Innerleithen and Walkerburn and there is on-site parking available.

Lisa Purves, marketing strategist for EWS says; “We can’t wait to welcome the local community to the Vittoria EWS Tweed Valley. There is lots happening especially over the weekend of October 1-3 where activities and entertainment in the Festival Village are all free to attend.

“You can stay up to date with programme additions on our website”

The event is supported by Event Scotland, Scottish Borders Council and South of Scotland Enterprise.