Carole Nash
Content Writer
Published: 25th October 2018

Bikers old and new gathered at Leopardstown Race Course for a full day of motorcycling nostalgia at the Leopardstown Motorcycle Show 2018.

The event, which was organised by the Irish Veteran and Vintage Motorcycle Club, saw 300 people meet on a pleasant autumn day to share biking memories and get an up-close glimpse of some magnificent machines.

An excellent autojumble also kept visitors busy on a superb day in Foxrock, Dublin, as people searched for their must-have bits of kit and any brilliant bargains they could find.

A full day of fun at Leopardstown Race Course

Anyone arriving at the Leopardstown Motorcycle Show 2018 would have felt the pride and joy of the owners displaying their bikes.

Years of love, hard work and craftsmanship had gone into the machines on display, with visitors from near and far being able to quickly appreciate the care that had gone into keeping the bikes in tip-top condition.

There was also a collection of special machines on show from the Japanese Vintage Motorcycle Club, attracting a crowd keen to see the detail and distinction of these Far East classics.

Visitors galore at the Carole Nash tent

We were thrilled to see so many guests at the Carole Nash tent and it was fabulous to meet so many of you in person.

As ever, our goodies attracted plenty of attention: we gave away countless key rings, bike stands, pens and goodie bags.

Our insurance specialists were also on hand to answer any questions about your next premium, while one lucky winner walked away with €250 off their insurance in our free prize draw.

And thankfully it’s only 12 months until we get to do it all again – we can’t wait to head back to Dublin for the Leopardstown Motorcycle Show 2019. We’ll see you there!