Carole Nash
Content Writer
Published: 10th July 2015








Back for the 21st year, the Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show will take place on 18 and 19 October at the Staffordshire County Showground.


The event is a celebration of the ever-growing popularity of emerging and modern classics from the 1960s through to the 1980s. Over 30,000 enthusiasts are expected to head down to the show, with this year predicted to be the biggest and best one to date.


Visitors will be able to take advantage of hundreds of trade stands, dealers and autojumble stalls, all stocked to the brim with parts, spares and tools. There will also be plenty of motorbike displays, club stands and action over in the Classic Dirt Bike Experience area and in the Classic Racer GP Paddock.


The yearly Bonhams’ Autumn Stafford Sale will be held on the Sunday with viewing open on the Saturday.


World Superbike champ ‘Frankie’ Chili will be the guest of honour at this year’s show. The racing legend, best known for his on-track rivalry with Carl Fogarty, will be there to talk about his career and meet his fans.


In fact, Carl Fogarty himself will also be at the event; you can catch him on the Oily Rag stand on the Sunday.


New for 2014, there will be two motorcycle parade sessions taking place in the showground’s main ring each day. As the bikes circle the display arena, guest commentators will be talking about the machine’s history and any work that has been done to it.


The 21st Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show is one of the world’s largest bike events and continues to grow in popularity with each year. If you’re a motorbike fanatic – this is one event you cannot afford to miss.


Gates are open from 9am-6pm on Saturday and from 9am-5pm on Sunday. Advanced adult tickets cost £10 per day but are more on the gate. For more information and ticket prices, head over the Classic Bike Shows website: