Lake Gairdner is one of Australia's largest salt lakes and, at the start of March, it's also the home to Speed Week, a race that sees cars, motorcycles and trucks tear across the salt flats in a flash of speed and steel.
Each year, Frank Samson and Corinna Steeb (pictured above at the 2018 Speed Week), Prancing Pony's founders, are among those who head out to defend – and possibly set – their own record.
Before the 2019 event rolls around, the brewery is hosting the Beers, Bikes and Blues Fest, a celebration of music and beer as well as a chance for bikers to discuss their past rides.
The day will include tunes by Mick Kidd and Dave Blight, plenty of bikes to be admired in the car park and burgers, pizza and beers for all to enjoy.
On show will be Corinna’s "salt bike", her 2016 Royal Enfield, which currently holds the Speed Week record at 104.481 mph.