The Stafford show… this weekend
Stop what you’re doing, cancel your plans and clear your diary. This weekend is the Carole Nash-sponsored International Classic MotorCycle Show at Stafford, and you simply HAVE to be there!
It all takes place on both Saturday and Sunday, April 22-23, at Staffordshire County Showground. Gates open both days at 9am, and you’ll want to arrive as early as you can because there’s plenty to pack in…
Among the many highlights are the hundreds and hundreds of trade stands and autojumble plots that cover every corner of the huge venue. There is probably nowhere else on the planet where you can find so many classic bike parts, spares, projects (and the list goes on) available, all in one place.
And it’s not just things to buy, there’s loads to see as well! Club stands, private entry displays, the Classic Racer GP Paddock, the Classic Dirt Bike Experience, the cavalcade, the Wall of Death – the excitement just keeps coming.
Plus, on stage being interviewed throughout the weekend will be three-time World Superbike champion Troy Bayliss. And there’s also the Restoration Theatre run by the experts from the BSA Gold Star Owners Club and Sunday’s record-breaking Stafford Spring Sale from auction house Bonhams.
Fancy all of this for just £14…? Why wouldn’t you!? Tickets can be purchased on the gate on both days, with a one-day adult pass costing just £14, and further savings for senior citizens and under-12s. Parking at the showground is also FREE.