When the first Nailsea ‘international’ show was held in the grounds of the Royal Oak pub eight years ago, little could the organisers imagine that by 2017 it would have grown to such an extent that it would take over much of the centre of the North Somerset town.
With a rich display of two wheelers covering the last 100 years of motorcycling history, there really was something for everyone.
Machines on display included a rare NUT V-win, a plethora of 1970s and 80s Japanese classics, right up to the latest offerings from Ducati and Triumph.
Entry to the show is free but all proceeds from the busy drinks and food stalls and the collection boxes got to charity and this year more than £4000 was raised for the Children’s Hospice South West.
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