Carole Nash
Content Writer
Published: 22nd July 2015








Bargains galore at Carole Nash Eurojumble 2015

Ride out to Southampton over September 4th and 5th to bag yourself some biking bargains at the Carole Nash Eurojumble 2015 – one of the UK’s biggest bike autojumbles, with an exciting new feature for 2015.


Set for its biggest instalment to date, Eurojumble 2015 brings together bike enthusiasts and restorers from across the continent. Whether you’re after that elusive part for your dream machine or want to clear out the mechanical bits and bobs gathering dust in the garage, Eurojumble presents the ideal opportunity to bag some swag.

What’s on at the Carole Nash Eurojumble 2015?

New for 2015, an exciting auction of predominantly classic bikes and mopeds will take place on Friday, with the headline machine – a 1912 Pierce 600cc single – chalked up to fetch an eye-watering £50,000 to £60,000.


Don’t despair if your wallet isn’t that well-endowed, check out the dozens of other bikes and mopeds going under the hammer, including a 1938 water-cooled SOS, a 1937 Ariel VH500 Red Hunter and a 1973 Norton Commando – or motor up for the Garage Clearout the following day.


Back by popular demand, the Garage Clearout sees bikers sell parts, spares and accessories for pocket money prices. Browse the bargains or fill your car with anything bike-related you want to sell and watch the offers fly in. There’ll also be countless motorcycle clubs in attendance with bike exhibits to admire – check out the event page for more details.

Tickets for Eurojumble 2015

Day tickets for the Eurojumble can be bought in advance or on the gate, with concessions for under 12s and OAPs.


A Friday ticket is £9 for adults or £8 in advance. Saturday tickets are £6 or £5 in advance, with senior citizens receiving £1 off the ticket price on both days. Under 12s are admitted for £2 on either day.


If you want to pitch up for the day, the price for one person and a car is £20. A trailer on the back adds £10 and extra passengers will be charged £15 each. Vans are welcomed at a cost of £60.