Pride of Ownership
The Classic Motorbike Pride of Ownership features a fantastic mix of motorcycles and bikes, including rare road and racing bikes, battling for the "best in show" title. The 2018 competition featured around 20 motorbikes and scooters spanning approximately 100 years of motoring.
The overall winner was Len Francis and his 1950 Norton Jowa, which is regularly used and not just a ‘show pony’. Second place was presented to Henry Cole and Sam Lovegrove with the 1983 Uncle Bunt Triumph Custom Chopper. Steve Taylor was awarded third place with his 1962 BSA Rocket Goldstar. Steve won in 2017 with his 1922 JD Harley Davidson.
Delve in deep, as you are sure to find that elusive deal, respectable service provider, specialist product, part, unique tool, accessory, book, picture, painting, brochure, badge and so much more.
As well has the Bike Jumble within the Classic Motorbike Showcase you can find over 650 trade stands from UK and European companies for you to browse through within the halls.
Motorbike Auction - New for 2020!
This year as part of the Classic Motorcycle Showcase, for the first time, Silverstone Auctions will host a bike auctions.
The display of 50+ bikes will be on display in Hall 5, as part of the showcase, with the sale taking place on Friday at Silverstone Auctions in Hall 2.