Prize winners at Newark

By Paula Withers, 6 January 2014
The rosettes are out!
The rosettes are out!

The rosettes have been dished out and the winner's names have been announced. We give you the Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic show winners of 2014...

Motorcycle owners from across the land have been working hard restoring, polishing and perfecting their machines in preparation for the prize-giving this weekend. 

The judges have spoken and the awards are as follows:

Best in Show - 1955 650 Triumph T110 owned by Graham Holloway

Most Technical Interest - 1980 421 Yamaha RD owned by Dave Yates

Vintage (1st prize) - 1921 269 Reynolds Runabout owned by Ken Thirtle

Pre-War (1st prize) - 1936 500 Calthorpe Ivory Master owned by Trevor Bostock

Post-War (1st prize) - 1952 197 Greeves Prototype owned by Dave Bradley

Continental (1st prize) - 1999 500 Bimota V-Due owned by Norbo

Vintage Japanese (1st prize) - 1976 500 Kawasaki H1 owned by Alan Cooper

Modern (1st Prize) - 2005 1000 MV F4 owned by Dave Legett

Private Entry (1st prize) - 1978 900 Ducati MHR owned by Garry Kendrick

Private Entry (2nd prize) - 1985 750 Suzuki GSXR owned by Alan Goddard

Private Entry (3rd prize) - 1955 510 Matchless Special owned by Tim Aucott

Best Competition (Trials & Scrambles) - 250 Greeves Anglican owned by Dave McGregor

Best Competition - 1958 500 Norton Manx owned by Malcolm Potter

Best Unrestored - 1985 400 Honda NS400R owned by Alex Bolas

Best Restoration - 1956 750 Triton Cafe Racer owned by Tony Cookson

Best Paint Job - 1981 1100 Suzuki GSX owned by Florence Martin

Best Trade Entry - West Country Windings Kawasaki H1E

Congratulations to all our winners and everyone else involved!

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