Cloudless Sunday at Bristol bike Show

By Web editor, 17 February 2013
Over 600 classics on display at Bristol
Over 600 classics on display at Bristol

A cloudless day greeted the earlybirds at the Bath & West Showground for the second and final day of the 'Bristol' motorcycle show. Over 600 classics are on display and there's something for everyone...

Sadly our guest of honour Sammy Miller won't be able to make it today, due to poor health. He offered his apologies to showgoers. His museum Moto Guzzis won't be on display.

But there are still 600 other classics, trade stalls, the Norton Domiracer and thousands of other things to see and do at the show. It's also situated in a stunning part of the country and well worth a visit.

Private entries include everything from a little 1904 Humber Olympia Tandem, where the passenger sits up front, to a modern classic in the making – a 2002 Honda Dream. There will also be an exceptional Norton Domiracer 500cc replica created by Chris Hawksley of Solo Motorcycle Products. The sound is undescribable!

Sunday timetable
10.00 Show opens
11.30 Firing up a Norton Domiracer 500cc with Chris Hawksley, Solo Motorcycle Products
12.00 On stage with the Moonfleet GT & Rebels Club – Main Hall
14.30 Firing up a Norton Domiracer 500cc with Chris Hawksley, Solo Motorcycle Products
15.00 The Moonfleet GT & Rebels Club, Speedway award ceremony – Main Hall
16.00 Trophy presentation with on stage – Main Hall
17.00 Close
Opening time 10am to 5pm.

Useful links
Bristol teaser video
Bristol image galleries
Show floorplan guide
Directions to Royal Bath & West Showground
► More information from www.Classicbikeshows.com
Norton Domiracer with Chris Hawksley

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