If you are a motorbike enthusiast, you shouldn’t think twice about going for the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motorbike Show in Birmingham NEX. Taking place from 9th – 11th of November, the Classic Motorbike Show will have more than 3,000 classic motorbikes and cars on display.
The show occupies more than one million square feet, making it one of the biggest events of its kind in the UK. At the show, you will get to take a close look at some incredible classic motorbikes from bike clubs, which are over 100 years old. What else does the Classic Motor Show have in store for its guests?
Autojumble & Trade Stands
If you are running a personal project, but you are unable to find the right parts or spares for your hobby, you should attend the autojumble, the largest of its kind in the UK. Regardless of the make or model of your motorbike, you are bound to find a myriad of spares and parts.
At the same time, there are a large number of trade stands, where you can get some of the best services and products under a single roof. Make sure that you head over to the autojumble as soon as you enter the show, to ensure you get what you want for your pet project.
Every enthusiast loves to see classic motorbikes go past them, as the smells and sounds of these machines are irresistible. Check out the bike clubs who will be setting shop at the Classic Motor Show and display some of the finest works you can ever set your eyes upon.
Pride of Ownership
The main event of the day is the Pride of Ownership, which you will never forget for the rest of your life. During the Pride of Ownership, you will get to witness a range of exceptional motorbikes, ranging from racing to rare road variants, battling it out to go home with the title.
You will get to see motorbikes coming from the 1920s to the 90s. If you want to take part in this event, make sure your machine is from 2000 or older. You will also receive a certificate, along with two passes for participating in this event.
Discovery Live Stage
One event you cannot afford to miss at all costs is the Discovery Live Stage, as Mike Brewer and Ant Anstead will be hosting this event. Joining them will be several special guests, who will make the event even more interesting, than it was last year.
One of the biggest events of the day is the Silverstone Auctions. Here, you will get to see some of the most unbelievable motorbikes, automobilia, modern sports cars, and classic cars go on sale. As this event generated £3.6 million last year, the organisers hope the 2018 auctions will surpass this amount.
The ticket price for all three days will cost you £75, while the two-day pass for Friday and Saturday is £55. If you want to attend only on Saturday and Sunday, you have to pay £49.