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East Midlands Venue Leading The Charge For Bike Shows

Posted by on Dec 22, 2014

East Midlands Venue Leading The Charge For Bike Shows

NEWARK SHOWGROUND is set to host 11 motorcycle related events in 2015 making it one of the country’s leading venues for two-wheeled exhibitions. The series gets under way early in the New Year with the Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic over the weekend of January 3-4, followed by 10 large one day autojumbles taking place on selected Sundays which cover nearly all modes of road...

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Check Out The Scoots At Newark

Posted by on Dec 20, 2014

Check Out The Scoots At Newark

The popular Scooter World Hall is all set for another year of action at the opening classic bike event of 2015, taking place on the weekend of January 3-4 at Newark Showground. The Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic celebrates two-wheel transport of all varieties… but an entire hall dedicated to the best classic and custom scoots has already become somewhat of a tradition and it...

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Bristol Classic Motorcycle Auction Taking Shape

Posted by on Dec 17, 2014

Bristol Classic Motorcycle Auction Taking Shape

WITH classic motorcycles now enjoying tremendous popularity, one of the UK’s leading bike events is branching out as it gets set to host a new classic auction in 2015.  The Carole Nash Bristol Classic MotorCycle Show, taking place on the weekend of February 7-8 at Somerset’s Royal Bath & West, will feature a sale from Charterhouse and organisers anticipate a high attendance given the current...

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New Year, New Start, Newark Bike Show

Posted by on Nov 17, 2014

New Year, New Start, Newark Bike Show

MOTORCYCLE enthusiasts will be given an early chance to set themselves and their machines up for 2015’s riding as Newark Showground once again hosts its now traditional New Year motorcycle event. Taking place on the weekend of January 3-4, the Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic features trade stands and autojumble stalls throughout the venue’s halls offering all manner of parts,...

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F1 Star Joins The Crowd For Bumper Stafford

Posted by on Oct 20, 2014

F1 Star Joins The Crowd For Bumper Stafford

Thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts left Staffordshire County Showground happy this past weekend and among them was four times Formula 1 world champion Sebastian Vettel. The Red Bull Racing and soon to be Ferrari driver, well known for his love of classic motorcycles, made an unannounced stop at the Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show on Sunday to bid on items in the Bonhams Autumn...

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Honda 125cc Clubman’s Racer

Posted by on Oct 19, 2014

Honda 125cc Clubman’s Racer

This little Honda really is something special. This machine is based primarily on a 1970 Honda SS125. As it transpires, the only true SS125 components that remain on this machine are the crankcases, but that makes it no less exceptional. The bike features a genuine NOS CR93 chassis as well as CR93 hubs, rims and a swinging-arm, all of which were sourced from Japan. The intention with this little...

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The judges have spoken…

Posted by on Oct 19, 2014

The judges have spoken…

After hours of deliberation from the judges, and months (if not years!) of hard work and dedication from the entrants, the decisions have been made and the results of the awards for the 21st Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show are now in… Best in Show 1966 Kawasaki B8-T | Steve Thomas Machine of Most Technical Interest Seeley Moto Guzzi Dondolion Corsa | Graham Hemshall Pre 1960’s Bike...

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Cutting it fine with 1986 Honda

Posted by on Oct 19, 2014

Cutting it fine with 1986 Honda

This lovely 673cc Honda Eurosport was entered by Robert Francis. The machine itself has an interesting past history; it had been abandoned in a spacious yard in South Wales, with nothing to indicate how it had gotten there or why. It was consequently rescued and restored. The full restoration was completed just in time for the Stafford show – with only a week separating the completion of the...

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