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Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic 2018

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Kickstart the new year at the Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic 2018

After two weeks of festive indulgence, what better way to brush off the cobwebs than by heading to Newark on the first weekend of 2018 for a classic bike bonanza?

The Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic 2018 is the first show of the year – and it’s absolute bliss for anyone wanting to explore hundreds of classic bike models.

Whether you’re keen to trawl the autojumble plots looking for the perfect part for your current project, or you just want to soak up the nostalgia and craftsmanship of these biking beauties, you’ll be joining thousands of other bike lovers at this brilliant weekend.

Get inspired at Newark Showground
It’s rare to have so many classics in one place, so don’t miss this chance to get among the oldest and finest bikes in this country’s history. Clubs and individuals will be showing off their wares from near and far, giving you plenty of opportunity to chat with fellow enthusiasts who appreciate the romance, sound and feel of the old models.

There’ll also be traders and dealers galore, so you could easily go home with more than you bargained for! And there’ll be the usual mix of competitions, skills challenges, and a charity auction – as well as a special guest or two along the way (so don’t forget your cameras for those all-important selfies!).

Classic motorcycles aren’t the only two-wheel favourites being celebrated at the Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic 2018, either – the Scooter World hall is back by popular demand. Packed full of scooter clubs, private entries and traders, it’s another reason why this event is so memorable and popular!

Carole Nash at the Carole Nash Classic Guide Winter Classic 2018
We’re delighted to be sponsors of this year’s event. As usual, we’ll be out in force meeting and greeting as many people as possible over a hectic 48 hours.

We’d love to see you pop down to the Carole Nash tent, where our friendly team will be dishing out our free goodie bags to anyone who wants one. We’ll also be ready to answer any of your insurance questions and talk about your bikes!

Don’t forget, too, to enter our amazing prize draw. It won’t cost you a penny, and there’s a fantastic biking prize on offer for one lucky winner. It could be you! 

Visit us at the Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic 2018
Date: Saturday January 6 (9am-5pm) and Sunday January 7 (9am-4pm) 2018
Venue: Newark Showground, Drove Lane, Winthorpe, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG24 2NY
Admission: £16 (advance) for an adult’s weekend pass, £8 (advance) for an adult day pass, children under 12 free.

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