Entries are now being accepted for motorbikes and scooters to take part in this year’s Comet Classics Pride of Ownership competition at the Classic Motorbike Show, held at Birmingham’s NEC from 10-12 November.
Motorbikes and scooters manufactured before the year 2000 are eligible to enter the competition which is decided by a panel of judges.
Owner Martin Webb said: “We’re delighted to sponsor the Pride of Ownership competition once again, as the standard of entries just gets better and better year after year.”
The 2015 competition was won by Roy Winters and the 1958 Maico Lette Scooter, while Alan Stopford took the trophy home in 2016, winning with his 1959 Triumph Bonneville.
As well as the Pride of Ownership, there are currently 15 clubs hosting fantastic displays of motorbikes and scooters including the BSA Bantam Club and BSA Owners Club, Vintage Motor Cycle Club, Royal Enfield Owners Club, and the Awfully Pleasant Scooter Association to name a few.
We’re planning on being there, but if we can’t make it and you do, why not take a few snaps and drop us a line with your thoughts on this years show? You might even get a free gift from us if you play your iCards right?
The Classic Motorbike Show will be held from 10th to 12th November at Birmingham’s NEC with tickets also offering admittance into the Lancaster Insurance Classic Motor Show, with Discovery. For ticket prices and booking details, visit www.classicmotorbikeshow.com.
To enter and exhibit at this year’s Comet Classics Pride of Ownership competition at the Classic Motorbike Show go here and there is a ‘download ‘ button nder the heading ‘Need To find A Document’