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Classic Motorbike Show @ the NEC 12-14 November

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Classic motorcycles now have their own dedicated ‘season finale’ event with the launch of the Footman James Classic Motorbike Show. Taking place at Birmingham’s NEC between 12-14 November, the show brings together the very best in yesteryear’s motorcycles.

The new show reflects the increasing interest in classic bikes, whether they’re standard or modified. If it’s 1920s British bike, a ‘70s Japanese or ‘80s Italian superbike, a much-loved commuter machine or a classic scooter, the Footman James Classic Motorbike Show brings them all together under one roof.

With generous support from the UK’s best classic bike clubs, displays will include rare and stunning motorcycles hardly ever seen in the UK. Enthusiasts from all across the country will showcase their bikes whilst swapping stories and offering encouragement to fellow enthusiasts or advising those thinking about going the two-wheeled classic route.

A live interview stage will feature bike personalities and special guests who will talk all things two-wheeled. Thrilling live action comes in the form of an indoor trials arena where modern and classic bikes will combine. And long-associated with bikes, the very popular Ace Café London will be back with a stunning collection of bikes and its iconic merchandise.

But for restorers the Footman James Classic Motorbike Show offers the opportunity to pick up that elusive part that is slowing down a restoration project. Whether it’s mechanical or trim-related, get some advice from knowledgeable club staff and re-live the golden era of motorcycling.

Celebrating individual owners, the Pride of Ownership concours will include some of the very best bikes from around the country, vying for the title of Best Bike in Show.

So for all things related to classic motorcycles there’s only one place to be: the Footman James Classic Motorbike Show.

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