The Classic dirt Bike Show that is sponsored by Hagon Shocks cannot be missed. Read on to find out more about this event.
The Classic dirt Bike Show that is sponsored by Hagon Shocks cannot be missed if you identify yourself as a road and off-roading enthusiast. Popularly known as Wrighty’s Show, this Classic Dirt Bike show joins the league of the must visit and most awaited annual biking event.
After two successful runs, the show is back for its third inning on the 18th and 19th of February. The prolific success of the last two years has attracted immense attention for the coming show this year. You just cannot miss out on the epic motorbike event of the year, and here’s why. More on the show as mentioned before, the Telford’s annual road-racing and off-road motor show has traditionally sparked interest in attracting the most influential names, and this year’s show will be no different. Name the club and private enthusiast and there are very high chances of them flocking to fill up the stands. The chance to witness such a gathering of like-minded people is an overwhelming experience in itself.
The road show will have on display unforgettable and iconic collections of machines that dominated off-track racing all under one immeasurable roof. Alongside are traders who deal with everything from spares to indispensable parts and riding related accessories. To tempt the visitors, there are also project bikes on display. If there are any racing personalities you've always wished to rub shoulders with, there is no better chance like this. Visitors are treated to a lively interview of Roger Harvey, the present Honda MXGP team manager and motorsport media’s blue blood Mughal Peter Duke by Tim Britton the editor of Classic Dirt Bike.Dinner Reception
The Classic Dirk Bike Show dinner is hosted by Tim Britton, as a part of the event’s tradition on Saturday night at the International Centre which is a close distance from the event’s venue.
The guests in attendance for the show will also participate in the dinner where there are after and in-between speeches on real life experience which were instrumental in their success. Each seat for dinner is priced at £32 for a 3 course extravagant meal.
The seats for the dinner can be booked online or by phoning the customer service at 01507 529529.
When reserving the seats for the dinner, a confirmation of the names of all the attendees with their dinner preferences will be taken.
The tickets for the show are priced at £11 for one day, £14 for early entry on Saturday, £22 for 2-day entry and children under the age of 12 walk in free (all prices for advanced ticket bookings). The entry price at the gate is £13 for one day for Adults, and £17 for early entry to Auto Jumble on Saturday. The pre-sale tickets close at 23:59 on Sunday 12th of February, after they can only be bought at the gate. The venue of the Classic Dirt Bike Show is at the International Exhibition centre, Telford, Shropshire.