THERE’S plenty of entertinament both in the air and on the ground on Saturday as the National Museum of Flight at East Fortune holds its Wheels and Wings show.

Motorbike stunts, trail bike jumps, vintage vehicles, kites and birds of prey displays are all on offer to entertain visitors.

Steve Colley, a three-time motorcycle champion, performs a range of hair-raising stunts in two special shows, while Aaron Duke, former European bike trail champion, and his No Limits Cycle Show entertain spectators with a selection of extreme jumps and stunts.

The birds of prey displays feature Steller’s sea eagles, a bald eagle and a white backed griffin vulture, who will showcase their skills alongside the Kite Club of Scotland, allowing children who bring their teddy to the event to send it skyward on a kite before being parachuted back to earth.

More than 100 classic vehicles will be on show, ranging from 1960s sports cars to vintage fire and traction engines.

To mark 60 years since the first Mini rolled off the production line, the Edinburgh and Lothians Mini Owners Club are showcasing a selection of Minis from across the decades.

Other activities include giant zorb balls, crafts and taking a ride on a Segway.

Families can improve their mountain biking skills on a special pump track, British Cycling coaches are on hand to offer tips and children can test their cycling skills on balance bikes, while there are ride-on planes and fire engines for toddlers.

Tony Yule, former Concorde First Officer, will be on hand to share his experiences of working on the iconic aircraf, while visitors can also learn how to fly a microlight.

Entry to the show also allows visitors to explore the museum and its collections.

Steve McLean, general manager at the museum, said: “Our Wheels and Wings show is packed with family fun for all ages, from motor and trail bikes, kites and crafts to vintage vehicles, birds of prey and more.

“It’s an exciting way to learn about flight, engineering and some fascinating periods in Scottish history and we’re looking forward to welcoming lots of visitors.

The event runs 10am-5pm. To book tickets, visit or call 0300 123 6789.