Marvel at the finest examples of private collection motorcycles
Owners spend thousands of painstaking hours ensuring their exhibit is in its best possible condition, ready for display and inspection by the crowds and judges. As would be expected at the Bristol show, there is a focus on the likes of Norton, BSA, Cotton and Sunbeam and many more. Alongside the machines on the show’s club stands, the private entries will compete for a host of show awards, including the coveted Best in Show.
Autojumble as far as the eye can see!
If you are looking for a great day out filled with motorcycle bargains, the 39th Carole Nash Bristol Classic MotorCycle Show is the place to be! Hundreds of traders showcased their wares at last year’s event and this year’s is set to be even bigger and better. With a mammoth display of spare parts, tools, books, magazines, signs and even complete machines, you can be certain you’ll find exactly what you were looking for.
Club stands so good you will be begging to join them!
Classic Brit bikes, exotic continentals, rare contraptions… the wonderful and expansive mix of club stands packed into the halls at the Royal Bath & West Showground deliver a rare treat for motorcycle enthusiasts. A quick browse of the A-Z list and all the big-hitters are there, from the likes of the multi-interest VMCC and VJMC through to the specialist owners’ clubs covering marques such as BSA, Norton, Triumph and Matchless, among others.
Under the hammer at the Charterhouse auction
Charterhouse auctioneers are a family run auction house. Charterhouse auctioneers have been holding classic and vintage motorcycle auctions for more than 16 years; what originally started out with one auction has grown to seven specialist sales every year. The auctions are held in conjunction with some of the most renowned global motoring events at truly charismatic locations and attract interest from would-be buyers around the world.
Whatever your ride, we have your read!
Head over to the main stand where you will be greeted with amazing subscription offers only available at the show! From The Classic MotorCycle, Old Bike Mart and everything else in between, there is a title for everyone’s taste from Mortons Media Group, organiser of the show and publisher of a host of motorcycling titles as well as rail, American classic car and lifestyle magazines.
By Tom Ashmore|2019-02-19T12:50:57+00:00December 17th, 2018|News|Comments Off on 5 REASONS TO VISIT THE BRISTOL BIKE SHOW
The popular Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic motorcycle show, due to be held at Newark Showground on January 8/9 2022, has been cancelled.
The current surge in Omicron cases across the UK and Europe, and the Government’s predicted “tidal wave of infections” in January, have been the deciding factor for the organisers, Mortons Media Group Ltd. with the safety of everyone being the number one priority.
Tickets: All visitor tickets will be refunded. Should you require any assistance please contact our Customer Services team on 01507 529529 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Lines are open Monday-Friday, 8.30am-5pm.
Trade Bookings: Your current trade booking funds for the show will be put on to your account. Should you prefer a refund please get in touch with the Shows Team on 01507 529430 or email email@example.com
For details on all of Mortons Media Group’s upcoming events visit mortonsevents.co.uk
Stafford Classic Bike Show Cancelled
Due to the worsening situation and rising infection rate of Covid-19, Mortons Media Group has reluctantly taken the decision to cancel the Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics show, planned for October 10-11 at Stafford County Showground.
This long-established event has always been a firm favourite with motorcycle enthusiasts from all over Europe, and with the increase of cases worldwide, Mortons feels this is the safest thing to do, for the well-being of visitors and traders. Not only is the show a highlight in the event calendar, it is also a strong social event for visitors at the show, with people naming a ‘day out with their friends’, as one of the top three reasons for going. Given the current restrictions with the ‘rule of six’, and the increasing localised lockdowns nationwide, Mortons believes this is the most responsible course of action to take.
The Stafford Shows will continue in 2021, with the popular Carole Nash International Classic MotorCycle Show scheduled to take place over the weekend of April 24-25. The team will be looking to bounce back by putting on the biggest and best show of its kind in order to celebrate its 40th anniversary. Meanwhile Mortons will continue to hold regular outdoor autojumbles at Newark showground and Kempton Park, as currently planned.