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“Spectacular” BMX performers lead diverse line up of exhibitors at this summer’s Moy Country Fair

Updated: Jul 4, 2023

Moy Country Fair, taking place at Moy Estate near Inverness on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th August 2023, is set to welcome an array of exhibitors and performers.


A family friendly event, there’s plenty for visitors to experience, from the traditional main ring activities and a varied list of exhibitors to local food producers in the Food Hall and Food Theatre and a host of fun activities for children to explore.

The Fair will also see the return of Savage Skills, the UK’S leading freestyle mountain bike stunt team. The group of talented riders will be providing two arena performances of their BMX show each day where spectators will see a series of incredible stunts and tricks including a crowd favourite – the back flip.

Having performed at the Fair in 2018, the talented team are looking forward to returning to Moy and reaching a wide audience with their family friendly show. Ben Savage from Savage Skills said:

“We’re really looking forward to returning this year with our new BMX arena show. Spectators can expect to see all of the crazy tricks we have performed on the internet and during the performance we’ll be giving out freebies to crowd members cheering the stunt riders on the most.”

As well as being thrilled by Savage Skills, visitors can enjoy the traditional Main Ring activities and displays including the pipe band, gundog and fishing demonstrations and the popular pet parade and terrier racing to name a few. A variety of field sports will also be returning including clay pigeon and musket shooting and archery where visitors, both novice and competitors can participate.

There will be a range of exhibitors including the RNLI running water safety demonstrations, Scottish Gamekeepers Association, West Sutherland Fisheries as well as lots of crafts, homeware and clothing stands for visitors to peruse.

Proving this is an event for all ages, younger field sports enthusiasts can participate in the Junior MacNab challenge. Hosted by the British Association for Shooting and Conservation (BASC), the popular event invites children to participate in a clay pigeon shooting, air rifle shooting and fly-fishing challenge.

James Campbell, Chairman of the Moy Country Fair Committee, is excited to welcome visitors over the two days in August. He said:

“We are looking forward to welcoming people of all ages to Moy Country Fair this August in what is set to be a fantastic few days at Moy Estate. This event is an opportunity for people to come together and celebrate the traditions that rural communities enjoy and have a lot of fun. We are particularly delighted to be welcoming Savage Skills and their truly spectacular bike stunts which I’m sure will thrill may visitors.”

James added:

“We are also delighted to be welcoming many exhibitors, performers, competitors and local businesses this, with many returning to be part of the Fair as well as people who have never been before.”

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