Display your machine at Stafford! Motorcyclists who enjoy getting their hands dirty, their feet wet and their machine airborne are being invited to take their place at one of Britain’s biggest bike shows...
Whether you’ve got a battle scarred BSA, a hard wearing Husqvarna or a half dead Honda, why not bring it along and give it a well-earned rest on public display at the show? Dirt bikes are a vital part of the Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show and organiser Classic Bike Shows is keen to make sure they get the prominence and recognition they deserve.
Classic Bike Shows organiser Glynis Roberts said: “This year we’ve got Yrjo Vesterinen performing live trial demonstrations with Classic Dirt Bike editor Tim Britton to the side of the dirt bike hall.
“They will be joined by Brian Marr, who provided the trials demo up at the Carole Nash Great Scottish Bike Show 2012. It’s shaping up to be a great show for dirt bike aficionados.”
An entire hall at the 19th Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show is devoted to dirt bikes, and we want it packed to the rafters. Full venue location is Stafford County Showground, Weston Road, Stafford ST18 0BD, and the show is being held on Saturday, October 20, and Sunday, October 21.
To apply to put your dirt bike on display call 01507 529431 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
More than 1000 traders showcased their wares at last year’s Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show and this year it looks certain to be larger still – offering an even greater selection of bikes, parts, tools, leathers, maintenance services, insurance, manuals, books, magazines, memorabilia, transfers and even gifts.
Club stands are being booked up fast too, more than 60 at the last count, so you can see a bevy of beautiful 60s, 70s and 80s machines looking at their best.
There’s free parking on both days and dogs on leads are welcome.
Gates are open 9am to 6pm on the Saturday and 9am to 5pm on the Sunday.
Pre-booked one-day tickets cost £10 for adults, £8.50 for senior citizens and £3 for under 15s. Two-day tickets cost £20, £17 and £6 respectively. Weekend camping costs £40.
You can even arrive on Friday and get a three-day ticket. These cost £30, £25.50 and £9. One-day tickets on the gate will cost £12, £10.50 and £4.
Call our pre-booked discount ticket hotline today on 01507 529529.
To enquire about displaying your bike please call 01507 529431 or to book a stand, call 01507 529430.
For more information visit www.classicbikeshows.com