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Carole Nash Bristol Classic Motorcycle Show 2020

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Make a date for the Carole Nash Bristol Classic Motorcycle Show 2020!

Date: Saturday February 1 and Sunday February 2 2020
Venue: The Royal Bath & West Showground, Shepton Mallet, Somerset, BA4 6QN

Admission: £12 (advance) single day pass for adults, free for 15 and under

Carole Nash Bristol Classic Motorcycle Show marks 40th anniversary

Biking fans are in for a treat this February, as enthusiasts from across the UK converge to celebrate the Carole Nash Bristol Classic Motorcycle Show’s 40th anniversary.

Fans and families with biking in their blood will flock to the Royal Bath & West Showground for a jam-packed weekend of motorbiking mania – honouring the finest steeds of yesteryear while swapping ‘tales of the road’ with fellow devotees.

Labelling the 40th milestone a “huge achievement”, event organiser Nick Mowbray promises “some truly remarkable machines on show for the public to enjoy”.

From classic Brit bikes such as Norton, BSA, Cotton and Sunbeam, to rare and wonderful contraptions which redefine the very concept of biking, the halls will be bursting with two-wheeled wonders. And the big question is – who’ll win Best in Show?

From auctions to autojumbles, there’s something for everyone

With so much to see and do, part of the fun will be setting your own agenda. Want to browse the massive autojumble to find the knick-knack you need? Or are you keen to feast your eyes on some classic wheels, from pristine preservations to ground-up restorations? Or if it’s the thrill of the auction that gets your juices flowing, will you be tempted to expand your own collection by making a bid on a Charterhouse lot?

And if you’re after a bumper insurance deal, come and have a chat to us on the Carole Nash stand. As show sponsors, we’ll be only too happy to chat to you about your needs and the best options for you. Not only that, but we’ll have some ultra-special bikes on display for you to drool over, as well as some awesome biking giveaways, including the famous Carole Nash goodie bag!

Raid your wardrobes, as classic bikes meet classic clobber

To mark the 40th anniversary of the Carole Nash Bristol Classic Motorcycle Show, get ready for some full-throttle fun, as the event sports a special 70s and 80s theme.

In addition to the usual pulse-quickening array of bikes and paraphernalia, show-goers are encouraged to flaunt their loudest retro outfits. There’s a £100 prize up for grabs each day for the most eye-catching getup, and a huge £1,000 for the best club stand!

Goodies galore at the 40th Carole Nash Bristol Classic Motorcycle Show 2020

This year fortune favours the fastest, with the first thousand advance ticket buyers granted a free party bag brimming with gifts and offers to delight any self-respecting bike fan.

So there’s no time to waste! We’ll be there and loving every moment – will you?

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