Here are some of the top classic bike events that you will find around in the coming months.
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|2 February 2014||The 15th Classic Japanese & European Motorcycle Show & Jumble||Exhibition Hall, Donington Park, Derbyshire, DE74 2RP||stands and private displays, concours judging with commentary, and a motorcycle autojumble and trade stalls. Hot refreshments will be
available and parking will be free. Dogs are not allowed on the site.
Open: 9.30am to 3.00pm
Admission: Adult £10, child (7 to 14 years old) £3, under sevens free.
Telephone: 01484 667776
|8, 9 February 2014||The 34th Carole Nash Bristol Classic MotorCycle Show||Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 6QN||The Bath and West Showground provides the curtain raiser to a season of classic exhibitions. The Bristol Classic Motorcycle Show is almost as old as the International though and, despite the name, is held near Shepton Mallet rather than in the Bristol Dockland Warehouse where it originated. Naturally given the time of year most of the action happens inside and well away from any possibility of snow and wet. Attendance grows each year, with plenty of room to expand, with close on 20,000 people descending on the halls last year.
Advance tickets: Adult £10, Senior £8, children under 12 £3.
On the Gate tickets: Adult £12, Senior £10, children under 12 £4.
Gates are open both days 10am – 5pm.
Tel. 01507 529430
|21, 22, 23 February 2014||Race Retro: International Historic|
Motorsport Show 2013
|Stoneleigh Park, Kenilworth, near Coventry, Warwickshire, CV8 2LZ||This is an event aimed both at motorsport enthusiasts and professionals and spans eight decades of car and motorcycle racing.
British motor racing legend Sir Stirling Moss will be attending. Although the show focuses on four-wheeled racing machines,
there is a motorcycle section with a concours display for retro racing bikes and café racers.
Open: Friday & Saturday 9:30am to 5:30pm, Sunday 9:30am to 4:30pm.
Admission (on the gate): Friday & Saturday: Adult £25.00, Child (5-15) £5.00. Sunday: Adult £20.00, Child (5-15) free.
|2 March 2014||Normous Newark Autojumble||Newark Showground, Newark on Trent,|
Nottinghamshire, England, NG24 2NY
|This autojumble caters to both classic motorcycles and cars. The trade stalls are situated both inside and outside. There is also a large display of classic cars and motorcycles. Parking is free.
Gates open at 10.00am. For an extra fee you can enter the jumble earlier between 8.00am and 9.00am.
Admission: Adult £6.00, children under 12 free. “Early-bird” entry fee (8.00am - 9.00am) is £10.00 (not classics).
Telephone: 0150 752 9470
|22 March 2014||Kempton Bike Jumble||Kempton Park Racecourse, Staines Road,|
East Sunbury on Thames, Middlesex TW16 5AQ
|This motorcycle jumble has a number of stalls and trade stands plus a
motorcycle mart where, for a fee, owners can exhibit their machines and restoration projects for sale. Refreshments will be available on the site and parking is free.
Admission: Adult £5.00, child/OAP £4.00.
Telephone: 01344 883961
|26, 27 April 2014||34th Carole Nash International Classic MotorCycle Show||Stafford County Show Ground, Staffordshire, ST18 0BD||Guest of Honour: John Surtees|
|10, 11 May 2014||The Thundersprint Festival of Motorcycling||Darley Moor Circuit, Ashbourne, Derbyshire, DE6 2ET||There will be the best Grand Prix bikes from the last 75 years of motorcycle racing in action and on display.
Star riders of the past and present such as Scott Redding, Nick Jefferies and Jim Redman will be taking part. You can enter the Thundersprint Hill Climb and numerous cavalcades. There will be a large motorcycle trade and general shopping area. Don’t forget to bring your off-spring; admission for children is free, and there will be plenty of entertainment for the whole family. Keep your eyes on the sky too as an RAF Spitfire Aerobatic Display will take a place. Refreshments will be available on site. Admission (in advance): Adult (weekend ) £5.00, camping (3 nights) £15.00. Well behaved pets, and kids of all ages, free.
Telephone: 01928 740 498
|5, 6 July 2014||The 3rd Bath Pageant of Motoring||Walcott Rugby Club, Lansdown, Bath||Club stands are free.
Individual entries are free if registered before the end of March.
Online entries now open.
(go to exhibitors, then club stands).
A great day for all the family.
Classic cars, classic motorcycles, autojumble,trade stands, exhibits, children's entertainment, food court & bar, live music. Free camping available.
Awards on both days.
Please let your members know the date and that entry is free if registered before the end of march.
Clubs, register now and avoid disappointment
|3 August 2014||BikeMeet||Museum of Power, Langford, Maldon, Essex. CM9 6QA||All motorcycles welcome: Veteran, Vintage, Classics, Racing, Cruisers, Scooters etc.
Bike equipment and jumble. Stalls/Exhibitors welcome. Overnight camping.
Trials riding demonstrations, Live Band, Bar, Food, Stalls & Bouncy Castle.
Museum and Tearoom will be open with historic working machinery and Miniature Steam Train Rides.
For further details visit our website or contact Mick Hewitt on: 07762 889408 or email email@example.com For entry forms and further detail please visit : museumofpower.org.uk
|5, 6 September 2014||21st Carole Nash Eurojumble||Netley Marsh, between Cadnam and Totton, Hants, SO40 7GY||With 100's of Autojumble stands you are bound to find that elusive part for your Motorcycle or spot a piece of memorabilia to complete your collection.
Camping is available for visitors for Thursday and Friday night at a cost of £20 per unit for the 2 days/Nights
|18, 19 October 2014||21st Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show||Stafford County Show Ground, Staffordshire, ST18 0BD||With hundreds of trade and autojumble stalls selling all items motorcycle related from complete motorcycles, spares, accessories and literature/memorabilia you are almost certain to find whatever you need. Come see the plethora of motorcycles on display. With nearly 1000 of the best loved motorcycles on display in the clubs and private entries you are bound to see something truly inspirational.|