Bikers will be wheely happy as two motorcycle-friendly pubs are set to open in Hyndburn.
A pub in Accrington has been saved from closure, while a new pub is due to open in Oswaldtwistle.
The Hope and Anchor on Whalley Road, has been rescued after coming close to closing down for good.
And Jason McGuire, 34, has taken over the Black Dog on Union Road in Oswaldtwistle with his partner, licence holder Stacey Roberts.
Jason said: "We’ve lived in the area for eight years and this is our first pub together. We definitely want to be a community pub, we’ve got a lot of ideas. We’re a biker friendly pub, we both really like motorbikes, rock music and good beer.
"The name of the pub is perfect because we’re both big Led Zeppelin fans and Black Dog is one of their best songs. "We’re also Ozzy Osbourne fans, so we couldn't resist it when we found out Oswaldtwistle is known as Ossy."
He added that the pub will be hosting rock bands, showing sport and will have regularly changing guest ales. He said: "We’ll definitely be pushing the biker and heavy rock aspect of the pub.
"We’ll be opening on Sunday mornings to show the motorcycle racing and we'll be having regular heavy rock nights when we open."
The grand opening of the Black Dog is planned for Friday, December 18.
The Hope and Anchor, well-known as the base for Accrington Motorcycle Club, has been closed twice this year after successive tenants unsuccessfully tried to relaunch the venue.
It has now been taken over by Church resident Susan McKnight and her partner Steven Smith, both 51, who are planning to turn the Hope and Anchor back into a bikers pub once again. The couple have refurbished the pub and plan to put on live bands every Friday night.