The countdown has begun to the biggest classic off-road event of the year, and so it’s all eyes on the Telford International Centre which will once again host the two-day Classic Dirt Bike Show sponsored by Hagon Shocks.
Taking place across the weekend of February 18/19, one of the star guests has been confirmed as Honda’s motocross GP general manager Roger Harvey, who is a motocross veteran and 1983 British 125cc champion.
Joining Harvey as special guest will be Peter Duke – a former International Six Days Enduro competitor, founder of motorcycle media giant Duke Video and son of six-time motorcycle world champion Geoff.
Clubs and private entrants will pack into the venue, bringing together a fascinating collection of historic off-road machines. Rare racers set to go on display include a 1957 V8 Moto Guzzi and 1964 500cc GP Bianchi, courtesy of the Sammy Miller Museum.
Discount advance tickets are now on sale with a one-day adult pass costing just £11 – a £2 saving against the gate price. Those wanting early access to the autojumble on Saturday can buy an early bird ticket for £14 in advance which is a £3 discount. For more information call 01507 529529.
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