Sunday: Stafford show winners

Phil Read presents Best In Show trophy to Graham Bowen, owner of the Triumph T120R

Starting with the recent online photographic competition, the winner was Ross Isaacson. Ross will be presented with his first prize later this afternoon by Nick Nicholls. His prize is a Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ200 12.1 megapixel camera and kit, worth £600, and a canvas print of his winning image, both kindly dontaed by Comley Cameras. Second and third places were filled by Roddy Warriner and John Edwards, who both received a year's subscription to The Classic MotorCycle and a Bonhams catalogue, as well as complimentary tickets to the show, of course.

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Triumph T120R best in showBest in show at Stafford was a 1969 Triumph T120R owned by Graham Bowen. Graham has restored the 650cc to original spec and used a mid-season paint scheme on the fuel tank.

Graham's bike will automatically go into the winner's entry pot for the CBC bike of the year 2013 competition, alongside the other best in show winners from shows held earlier on in the year. Then there'll be an online vote, so Classic Bikers Club users can pick their favourite – a best of the best in show!

Congratulations to all of the show winners, and to everyone who had a bike on display and made the Stafford show the best in the land.

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Prizes will be awarded on stage this afternoon at 16.00 by our guest of honour Phil Read.

FULL WINNERS LIST
Best in show + rosette –
Triumph T120R, owned by Graham Bowen
Best Machine of Technical Interest – 1953 BSA MC1 – Mike Farrall
Award for Motorcycle Photography, The Nick Nicholls Trophy – Ross Isaacson
Veteran (manufactured prior 1915) – 1914 Scott – Lewis Onions
Veteran (manufactured prior 1915) – 1907 P&M – David Earnshaw
Veteran (manufactured prior 1915), The Pete Sole Memorial Trophy – 1911 Royal Enfield – Chris Martin
Vintage (manufactured prior 1931) – 3rd 1928 Rudge Special – Tony Perkins
Vintage (manufactured prior 1931) – 2nd 1924 Raleigh Chain cum belt – Dave Fryer
Vintage (manufactured prior 1931) – 1st 1924 Triumph Ricardo – John Guy
Post Vintage (manufactured prior 1946) – 3rd 1936 Francis Barnett Red Stag – Arthur Walls
Post Vintage (manufactured prior 1946) – 2nd 1935 Sunbeam Model C – John Phizacklea
Post Vintage (manufactured prior 1946) – 1st 1937 Velocette MOV – Dave Wright
Post War (manufactured prior 1965) – 3rd 1958 Triumph Tiger 100 – Ben Upton
Post War (manufactured prior 1965) – 2nd 1961 Triumph Bonneville – Graham Ash
Post War (manufactured prior 1965) – 1st 1954 BSA A7 – Derek Gothard
Classic (manufactured since 1965) – 3rd 1966 Velocette Venom Clubman – Tony Fryer
Classic (manufactured since 1965) – 2nd 1965 – BSA Hornet – John Scott
Classic (manufactured since 1965) – 1st 1968 Suzuki TC200 – David Johnson
Best Japanese Machine – 1970 Kawasaki H1 – David Silcock
Best Military Machine – 1943 BSA M20 – Steve Plumb
Best Autocycle – 1963 MV Germano Tourismo Linda Frier
Best Scooter – 1954 – Vespa G – Pete Whittle
Best Sidecar Combination – 1957 Ariel Square 4 and Busmar – Paul Turner
Best Continental Machine – 1938 Magnat Debon – Olive Guy
Best Competition Machine – 1958 Greeves 25TA – Dave Bradley
Best Scrambler Machine – 1973 BSA B50 MX – Steve Fewster
Best Trials Machine – 1976 Ossa – Craig Dodd
Best Enduro Machine – 1953 Royal Enfield ISDT – John Ely
Most Original Machine – 1948 Sunbeam S7 – Glenn Ball
Best Presented Private Display – 1964 Triumph T120C – Kelvin Wooding
Best Trade Stand Exhibit – Hagon Shocks – Rickman framed 7R
Best Trade Stand Display – SRM
Best Racing Machine – MV 500-4 Dave Beddington – GP Paddock
Best Oldest Machine – 1911 Royal Enfield – Chris Martin
Best Classic Racer Grand Prix Display – Yamaha Racing Two-Strokes – GP Paddock – Dean Want
Award for Engineering Excellence, Kay Engineering Trophy – 1931 Velocette “Whiffling Clara” Ivan Rhodes
For Outstanding Service to the Classic Motorcycle Movement, The Frank Farrington Outstanding Service Award – George Cohen
Best Villiers Engined Machine, Villiers Services Trophy – 1963 DOT WR – Garry Hancock
Best Lady Entrant, Tracy Tools Trophy  – 1953 MV 125 Monoalbero – Kaye Elderton
Best Ex TT Machine, Hailwood Trophy – 1953 MV125 Monoalbero – Kaye Elderton
Best Indian, Motordrome Trophy – 1925 Scout – Martyn Bratby
Best Triton, Tony Carabine Trophy  – 1966 Triton – John Melville
Best Classic Special, Greg Roberts Motorcycles Trophy  – 1973 – Honda CB750 – Derrell Weaver
British Clubstand + £100.00  – DOT Motorcycle Club
Non British Clubstand + £100.00 – MV Augusta Owners Club GB
Mixed Make Clubstand + £100.00 – North Wilts British Motorcycle Club
Local Area Clubstand + £100.00 – Malmesbury Classic Motorcycle Club
Club Stand 3rd +  £250.00 – Italian Motorcycle Owners Club
Club Stand 2nd + £500.00 – Malmesbury Classic Motorcycle Club
Club Stand 1st + £1000.00 – Gold Star Owners Club
30 Highly Commended Rosettes (Runners up) – 12,  22,  32,  35,  46,  47,  55,  161,  207,  212,  221,  223,  225,  312,  421,  479,  480, 554,  584,  610,  741,  777,  779,  835,  926,  935,  1005,  1020,  1029,  1143

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