Even a wet weekend couldn’t put off visitors from every corner of the country – and beyond – as they flocked to the Staffordshire County Ground for the 25th Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show 2018.
With bikes from the 60s, 70s and 80s lined up on display, there was no shortage of things to see for the whopping 30,000+ crowd.
Over two action-packed days, visitors were also treated to a huge autojumble alongside stalls from 900 different traders. So whether you were looking for a small part or a brand new bike, the range of choice on offer meant you were sure to find exactly what you were looking for.
An action-packed auction at Staffordshire County Ground
As ever with the Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show, the Bonhams auction was one of the most-eagerly awaited events of the weekend. And once again it didn’t disappoint!
A whole range of brilliant bikes went under the hammer, with bidders landing everything from Triumphs and Velocettes to three-seater customs.
Elsewhere, Allen Millyard starting his RC374 certainly had the crowds racing. The Fox family’s Wall of Death, which has been touring the UK for almost 100 years, proved as jaw-droppingly exciting as ever. And the Restoration Theatre was another big hit, drawing visitors from near and far who were keen to get tips and advice for their own projects.
Magnificent bikes at the Carole Nash stand
With our famous goodie bags and free prize draw attracting plenty of attention, the Carole Nash staff had a busy but hugely enjoyable 48 hours in the Staffordshire countryside.
We also had some magnificent bikes on display, including two Mike Hailwood replicas. A Ducati replica and the stunning RC374.
Our full range of Carole Nash merchandise was more popular than ever, while our team of insurance specialists also had their work cut out helping so many visitors get quotes for their insurance premiums.
But come Sunday night, everyone at Carole Nash had a smile on their face after two action-packed days. We’re already booking our tickets for 2019!