Bikers descend on Netley for 20th Eurojumble

By Jack Harrison, 27 August 2013

It is now under two weeks away, and Classic Bike Shows’ 20th Carole Nash Eurojumble is set to be one of the busiest and best ever...

The event, taking place in Netley Marsh, Southampton, on September 6-7, has seen nearly 290 plots taken up by traders, as well as bookings for six club stands; the highest number of clubs ever to attend the show.

Show manager Nick Mowbray said: “The event is filling up fast and is certainly on target to cater to the near 10,000 visitors we expect to welcome over the course of the two days.”

Still proving to be a hit with motorcycle enthusiasts as it embarks on its third decade, the Eurojumble is well known for its extensive array of quality bikes, parts and accessories.

And, as the event has grown, its popularity has only increased with visitors flocking from across mainland Europe to take advantage of the great bargains on offer.

“There is no better place to find that elusive piece for your restoration project, or even to take the chance to clear out your shed or garage of all those interesting old parts and turn them into bundles of cash!” added Nick.

“There are no frills with the Eurojumble; this is a dedicated event for dedicated bikers and restorers.”

Back by popular demand, 2013 will also see the return of the ‘garage clear out’. Taking place on the Saturday of the show, keen autojumblers can empty their garage into their chosen vehicle and head to Netley Marsh for a one-day only plot. 

Gates are open on both days from 9am to 5am, with an advance two-day ticket priced at just £13. Camping facilities are available for the weekend at a cost of £20.

For more information on the 20th Carole Nash Eurojumble, including further admission cost details and directions, visit or call 01507 529529.

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