One of Britain’s most popular motorcycling autojumbles is gearing up to celebrate a significant landmark...
The 20th Carole Nash Eurojumble will take place at Netley Marsh, Hampshire, on September 6-7 with organisers expecting to welcome nearly 10,000 visitors over the course of the two-day event.
With gates open from 9am to late, visitors can spend the day picking through the vast array of stalls and trader stands searching for that elusive part, a new project or a special piece of motorcycling memorabilia.
Show manager Nick Mowbray said the attraction of the autojumble was simple: “There are no frills; this is a dedicated autojumble where you can completely immerse yourself in the world of classic motorcycles.
“The event is well known in the motorcycling community for its unique character and we fully intend to maintain those values going in to the next 20 years.”
Tickets are now available for advance booking, with a two-day pass priced at £13. Camping facilities are available for the weekend at a cost of £20.
For more information visit www.classicbikeshows.com or call 01507 529529.
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