Vintage bikes, auctions and the wall of death: The Classic Motorbike Show 2015
This year’s Classic Motorbike Show in Birmingham is set for November 13-15, with a huge array of motorcycles for sale alongside trade stands, awards and thrilling stunt displays.
The BMF will be showcasing its work to visitors, located at stand 5-400 at the NEC, which will be home to around 300 motorcycles from Great British classics and Japanese thoroughbreds to Italian exotica and retro scooters.
Vintage bike enthusiasts will also have the chance to buy vehicles and ‘automobilia’ over a two-day sale, on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th November in hall 2. The show is currently inviting entries into the auction.
The annual Pride of Ownership winners will be announced at the event too. The contest is open to private owners of bikes aged from 1990 or older. The closing date for entries is September 30.
Those with tickets for the Classic Motorbike Show will also be able to enjoy more than 1800 four-wheel classics, part of the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show.
Rounding off the entertainment is The Ken Fox Wall of Death. Visitors will get the chance to see stunt riders climb the 18-foot circular wall and defy gravity on their vintage Indian Scouts.
More information on the event and what to expect can be found at: www.classicmotorbikeshow.com