Bristol Show 2010: rare bikes

Published: 02:43PM Jan 10th, 2012
By: Web Editor
The 30th Carole Nash Bristol Classic MotorCycle Show, Bristol 2010 - James Robinson talks on some of the rare and carefully restored motorcycles

The Classic MotorCycle editor, James Robinson, talks on some of the rare and carefully restored motorcycles that appeared at the Show. Highlights include a Triumph Terrier, Greeves, Brough Superior SS80 and a Panther build done during the show itself!

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