30th Carole Nash International Classic Motorcycle Show Saturday 24th April/Sunday 25th April 2010 - Stafford County Show Ground, Staffordshire, ST18 0BD Sponsor: Carole Nash Insurance Guest of Honour: Phillip McCallen
What it's all about... The oldest and largest of all the classic shows, The Carole Nash International Classic Motorcycle Show is very much a traditional show that attracts the best from around the world. There are club stands, trade stands, private entries and a massive autojumble that fills several of the halls and outside field at the Stafford County Showground. It is always a great draw for the enthusiast and last year over 30,000 people flocked to the showground, will you be one of them this year?
With a number of major manufacturers already booked for this years show, don’t forget to bring that vital documentation (motorcycle licence, both parts if you have a photocard licence) and a crash helmet to the show where you can test ride on a new EFi Bullet or a Thruxton Bonneville. Other motorcycles available for ride outs include a Fireblade, Rocket III, CBR 600 and a Bullet Café Racer.
CAR PARKING Carparking is FREE for the duration of the weekend to visitors.
Now established as part of the fixtures and fittings of the Carole Nash International Classic MotorCycle Show, the Classic Racer Grand Prix Paddock will be a hive of activity over the weekend of the 24-25 April 2010. The celebration of 40 years of Triple Racing from Triumph and BSA will be the theme dominating the pits and with a vast array of iconic machines on display – and starting up - it will be one of the first places to head to at the show. Ex-racers Percy Tait, John Cooper, Ron Chandler and Chris Vincent will be in attendance throughout the weekend, meeting and greeting fans. Joining these racing legends will be some of the all important men who worked behind the scenes and who helped make these riders break from the pack – BSA Works Mechanics Martin Russell, Steve Brown and more will be on hand to tell tales of their time in motorsport