More well behaved weather has created another relaxed, well attended event for the second and final day of the Netley Marsh Eurojumble...
The Classic Bikers Club team has been out and about with its cameras, and among today's spots was a full 50-seater coach from Sweden, the ticketholders organised the trip because of the show, a lovely restored Triumph towing a beer keg, picture above (full pic in gallery, link below) and a Honda with a CBC sticker on it! We'll have to think of a prize for that rider!
Still time to come on over if you're in the area, as the event runs until 5pm.
Judging for club and bike awards for ‘best in show’ awards took place this morning, and the presentation has just been held. The 'best in show' Norton - last but not least on the list below - will go forward to the forthcoming Stafford Show in October, along with the other five best in shows from previous events, for a final judging for the Classic Bikers Club Bike Of The Year awards and the overall winner will net £1000 goodies from Grand Prix legends!
AWARDS AND WINNERS BELOW
Motorcycle Sport & Leisure award - Longest distance ridden
Martin Lynn and his Yamaha XJR1300 (256 miles)
The Motorcycle Monthly award - Best modern (1990 - present)
1991 Suzuki GSX 250 SSN Katana, owned by Catherine March
The Old Bike Mart award - 1941 - 1950
Sunbeam S8 with Steib sidecar
Best Club Award
Yamaha XJR Owners Club
The Classic Bike Guide Award (1951 to 1960)
1963 Norton Electra 400, owned by Barry Taylor
The Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Award (1961 to 1980s)
1976 Honda TL125S, owned by Terrance Brown
Classic Racer Award - Best Competition Motorcycle
1967 Aermacchi 250, owned by Bob Farmer
► Best in Show
1960 750 Norton, owned by Martin Taylor
Netley Marsh information
• Tickets are £7 on the day, senior citizens £5 and under 15s £2.
• Parking is free and dogs on leads are welcome.
• The Netley Marsh Showground (SO40 7GY) is near Southampton, Hants. on the A336 between Cadnam & Totton. We hope to see you there.
The Netley Marsh Showground (SO40 7GY) is near Southampton, Hants on the A336 between Cadnam & Totton.
Take the junction 1 exit towards Southampton on the A326. The auto jumble will be signposted as you enter Netley Marsh.
Southbound M3 to M27:
Once on the M27 take the junction 2 exit towards Southampton on the A336. After 2.5 miles take the right turning towards Netley marsh (A336). The auto jumble will be signposted as you enter Netley Marsh.