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Stafford Show Star Guests Announced

Posted by on Jan 26, 2015

Stafford Show Star Guests Announced

YORKSHIRE’S first family of motorcycle racing will be represented at this year’s Carole Nash International Classic MotorCycle Show as Nick and Tony Jefferies take their place as the event’s special guests of honour. Classic motorcycling’s flagship show takes place on April 25-26 at Staffordshire County Showground with Nick, the only rider to have won the Manx Grand Prix, Formula 1 TT, the...

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History Making Names To Be Celebrated At Telford Off-Road Show

Posted by on Jan 22, 2015

History Making Names To Be Celebrated At Telford Off-Road Show

THE newly branded Putoline Classic Dirt Bike Show is ramping up the celebrations for 2015 as its new owner brings together exhibits and star guests marking some of off-road and road racing’s most memorable moments. The event, held at Telford’s International Centre, takes place across the weekend of February 21-22 with highlights including 40th anniversary celebrations of both Martin Lampkin...

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Limited Tickets Available For Classic Dirt Bike Dinner

Posted by on Jan 15, 2015

Limited Tickets Available For Classic Dirt Bike Dinner

Book your seat at the table today – 01507 529529 Telford’s annual off-road and road-racing show has a tradition of drawing the biggest names and 2015 is no different as the newly-branded Putoline Classic Dirt Bike Show welcomes Bill Brown, Sammy Miller and Mick Grant as its special guests. Hosted by Classic Dirt Bike magazine editor Tim Britton, the Saturday evening of the February 21-22 event...

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Cars, Parts And Rock ‘n’ Roll

Posted by on Jan 8, 2015

Cars, Parts And Rock ‘n’ Roll

Mortons Media Group – the parent company of Classic Bike Shows – branched out into the classic car market last year with the acquisition of three Bristol Classic Car events. The first of 2015 takes place in a little over a month… THE music and car scene of the 1960s will rock and roll into the halls of the Royal Bath & West for the first of 2015’s trio of Bristol Classic...

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Enthusiasts Wow The Judges At Newark’s New Year Bike Show

Posted by on Jan 5, 2015

Enthusiasts Wow The Judges At Newark’s New Year Bike Show

BIKE clubs and owners in the East Midlands showcased their machines in style this past weekend as Newark Showground hosted its annual winter motorcycle show. The Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic was marked by several exceptional examples with the region’s two-wheel enthusiasts demonstrating their restoration expertise. Andy Baldwin, a Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club member from...

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Scooter Winners Chosen at Newark

Posted by on Jan 4, 2015

Scooter Winners Chosen at Newark

Day one of the Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic saw the motorcycle winners being chosen and on day two – Sunday, January 4 – it was the turn of the scooters to be subjected to the judges as the event’s winners in the Scooter World Hall were announced. Top prize of Best Scooter in Show went to Karl Quance’s Maroon Machine, a Lambretta Jet 200 (pictured). The...

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Steve Plater And John Reynolds

Posted by on Jan 4, 2015

Steve Plater And John Reynolds

Yesterday afternoon – Saturday, January 3 – TV presenter Steve Plater sat down with three times British Superbike champion John Reynolds to talk about the latter’s life and racing career. Here are some of the highlights in quotes from the 40 minute interview… JR: “Riding the Ducati on my return to the BSB championship was fantastic. When we got it right, what a bike...

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Newark Winners Announced

Posted by on Jan 3, 2015

Newark Winners Announced

As proceedings draw to a close on the first day of the Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic at Newark Showground, the organising team has announced the winners of the event’s awards. Top honour of Best in Show has gone to Andy Baldwin and his 1969 Suzuki T200 (pictured) which is on display on the Vintage Japanese Motorcycle Club stand. James Robinson, classic motorcycle magazine...

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