'Where Are They Now?' will reunite the motorcycles raced by some of the biggest names in motorsport, including biking legends that will be at the show over the weekend.
Eight times World Champion Phil Read, British Road racing Superstar and 1971 'Ago' Race of the Year winner John 'Mooneyes' Cooper, and motorcycle and truck racer turned Moto GP commentator Steve Parrish will join this fantastic insight into the greatest era of motorcycle racing.
In addition to presenting the exciting 'Where Are They Now?' feature, the National Motorcycle Museum will also be bringing a wide cross section of machines from their collection to display at the event. These machines will represent the whole history of Motorcycle manufacture in the UK from the earliest Pioneer bikes thorough to the bikes of the 1990s. Visitors won’t just be able to see the machines as at various times throughout the day, a selection of motorcycles will be started so visitors can also hear these unique road and competition machines as they are fired into life.
There will also be the Pride of Ownership competition, supported by Meguiars, where individual owners get to show off their own bikes with chrome gleaming and tyres blacked. There will also be a Vintage Wall of Death, guaranteed to make you hold your breath.
Enthusiasts can also browse the extensive trader village for the latest products and services or motorcycle memorabilia. Search for that elusive part or spare in the Bike Jumble. Plus there will be a selection of classic bikes on offer both Friday and Saturday in the Silverstone Auctions sale.
Tickets also gives visitors access to the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with over 1,700 classic cars on display as well as the Wheeler Dealer Live Stage, Restoration Theatre and the chance to have a ride as a passenger in your dream car in exchange for a charitable donation.
? More information from www.classicmotorbikeshow.com