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The 36th Carole Nash International Classic MotorCycle Show
Sat, Apr 23, 2016 - Sun, Apr 24, 2016 Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pmVenue: Staffordshire County ShowgroundLocation: Weston Rd, Stafford, Staffordshire ST18 0BDBuy Advance Discount Tickets Now
DescriptionAdvance PriceGate PriceAdult One Day£12£14Adult Two Day£24-Child (under 12) One Day£3£4Child (under 12) Two Day£6-Senior Citizen One Day£11£13Senior Citizen Two Day£22-ParkingFREEFREEClick here to buy advance tickets
Closing date for advance ticket sales is 23:59 on Sunday, April 17. Gates open: 9am-6pm on Saturday and 9am-5pm on Sunday.
This year’s Carole Nash
International Classic MotorCycle Show is another jam-packed two-day
affair, and there can be few places in the world where classic bike
enthusiasts can go and see so much in one place at one time. It all
takes place on April 23-24 at Staffordshire County Showground…
Trade and autojumble
The Stafford show is the biggest of its kind in the world. Nowhere else
on earth will so many traders, dealers, jumblers and other sellers come
together to offer such a wealth of items available to buy whether it be
classic bikes, or parts, pieces, spares and accessories for them.
Classic Brit bikes, exotic continentals, rare contraptions… the
wonderful and expansive mix of club stands packed into the halls at
Staffordshire County Showground has it all. A quick browse of the A-Z
list and all the big-hitters are there from the likes of the
multi-interest VMCC and VJMC through to the specialist owners’ clubs
covering marques such as Francis-Barnett, Sunbeam, Velocette and Norton
Thousands of painstaking hours are spent by owners ensuring their
exhibit is in its best possible condition ready for display and
inspection by the packed crowds and award judges. As would be expected
at the April show, there is a focus on British machines and marques such
as Cotton, Norton, Sunbeam, BSA, Triumph and Ariel feature heavily.
Suzuki, Laverda, Indian and Harley-Davidson – among others – do provide
an international flavour however. Alongside the machines on the show’s
club stands, the private entries will compete for a host of show awards
including the coveted Best in Show.
See them ridden and hear them roar
In the Classic Racer GP Paddock, famous machines are fired up twice
during each day of the event with the guest of honour in attendance, and
over in the Classic Dirt Bike off-road arena there are two daily trials
demonstrations hosted by journalist Tim Britton and aided by the Owd
Codgers. Both are supported by static displays of stunning machines from
individuals and groups alike. The entertainment doesn’t end there
either, with the gravity-defying Wall of Death open to showgoers
throughout the weekend.
There are several machines competing for the title of ‘headline’
motorcycle at this year’s Stafford Spring Sale. Among them are a
Coventry-Eagle Flying 8, a 1939 Vincent HRD Series-A Rapide, the Broughs
of Bodmin and the V-twin JAP engine Thor – the famous Francis
Williams/Ernie Woods sprint iron. For more details, see our latest
Bonhams news story.
Special guest Steve Parrish
Perennial practical joker Steve Parrish will be the star guest and
speaker at this year’s Stafford show. A popular after dinner speaker and
host, Steve will bring a wealth of stories to the Stafford stage and is
sure to keep those in the halls entertained as he chats with compere
and fellow ITV4 TT pundit Steve Plater.
Restoration Theatre with Jerry Thurston
For April’s Restoration Theatre journalist and TV presenter Jerry will
be taking on a live motorcycle rebuild of a Suzuki AS50 using genuine
Suzuki parts. The team expect to have a ready-to-run bike ready by the
close of play on Sunday…
There’s a big surprise planned for the Carole Nash
stand, so visitors should most certainly check that out and while they
do, they can get a FREE download of the new insidebikes app. It includes
a breath-taking augmented reality 360-degree experience that puts them
in the saddle of Ron Haslam’s Honda superbike as it speeds round
Donington GP circuit.
Message posted by
on 01 April 2016
@ 01/04/2016 23:19:11
I best bake a cake then Wills if you have already got your ticket. Look forward to catching up with you there, I will be there all day Saturday but only half a day Sunday as I have to get off as my bike club is organising the St Georges Parade information can be found on the events pages. Don't forget anyone coming come and say hi. Always nice to meet up with people I already know from the site and to put faces to names of those I haven't met yet.
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