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 showcases the ingenuity and engineering expertise incorporated into these machines.
Following on from the success of previous shows, both Saturday and Sunday will feature Club Talk, with compere Gary Thomas leading proceedings at 11am and 3pm to get the lowdown on the scooter scene. A selection of scooters will be fired up at 1pm on each day too.
Alongside the attendance of the region’s top clubs, Just Lambrettas, Midlands Scooter Centre, Shaw-fire Scooter Spares and Scooter Hub are confirmed traders – meaning that owners and enthusiasts can stock up on bargain items as well as enjoying the entertainment on offer.
The action doesn’t end when the show gates close either. On Saturday night, Scooter World will be providing live music in the form of local band Then Again and DJ Martin; an event free for exhibitors and just £5 for everyone else.
Concluding the action on Sunday will be the show’s scooter awards ceremony, with prizes and trophies up for grabs including Best In Show and Best Club Stand.
And showgoers will find more indoor halls at the venue housing motorcycle traders, clubs and display machines as well as the event’s special guest of honour – three times British Superbike champion John Reynolds. The Nottinghamshire native will be chatting on stage about his racing career.
Booking in advance means a saving of more than 20% on the gate price, with a one day adult ticket costing just £7. Under 12s are admitted free and parking doesn’t cost either. All the show details, including links to purchase discounted pre-booked tickets, can be found at classicbikeshows.com or by calling 01507 529529.