Carole Nash
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Published: 23rd January 2020
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CAROLE NASH CLASSIC BIKE GUIDE WINTER CLASSIC 2020 REVIEW

Thousands of bike enthusiasts rumbled into the Newark County Showground earlier this month for the first bike show of the season, the Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic 2020.

Taking place over the weekend of 11-12th January, the show proved to be a great way to kick off the new year, and offered bike buffs a welcome respite after the frantic festive season.

The event was moved back a week this year, which worked really well and attracted the best-ever turnout!

WHAT HAPPENED AT THE CAROLE NASH CLASSIC BIKE GUIDE WINTER CLASSIC 2020?

As always, there was a spectacular display of vintage bikes to get lost in at this year’s show, and the love of all things biking was reflected throughout both the club and private entry stands: From a fully-restored Vespa to an original BSA, the level of pride was clear to see!

Indeed, the friendly and welcoming atmosphere at the Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic plays a big part in making the event what it is.

The ever-popular Scooter World hall returned for 2020, and this year’s experience was bigger and better than ever. Shiny retro scooters drew quite the crowd, and everyone loved seeing the amazing machines up close.

Plus, if you were in the market for that final bit of kit to complete your restoration project, or you were looking for a new leather jacket, you were spoilt for choice with the number of fantastic trade stalls to browse!

CHILLING WITH FRANKIE CHILI

Guest-of-honour Frankie Chili, former European biking champ, regaled fans with tales of his long and successful career, including his Grand Prix stint, and his 17 World Superbike wins.

During both days of the show, the charismatic biking legend was joined on stage by local racing celebrity Steve Plater.

CAROLE NASH WINS AGAIN AT NEWARK!

The Carole Nash crew was out in force at the Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic 2020! It was great to see so many bike fans in one place, and we enjoyed meeting so many of you.

We were also thrilled to win “Best Pre-War Machine” with our 1938 Triumph Speed Twin restored and owned by the very talented Mr and Mrs Cotterill!

Plenty of folk flocked to our stand to enter our fabulous prize draw, and we gave away lots of our famous goodie bags!

We’re already looking forward to next year’s show, which is taking place 9-10th January 2021. See you there!