Above, This is about the annual Classic bike show, me and a couple of our CX members here.
Below, This is one of our members Honda CX500.
I'm afraid i seem to have lost the programme so cannot name all these bikes.
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This is just one of the four Autojumble halls here. Outside are another 3 rows of stalls.If you have a classic bike then this is the place for all sorts of parts.
A really nice Ariel Arrow here.
An old New Imperial.
Below, An early Honda 400cc 4 cylinder in lovely condition.
Below, A realy pristine Triumph engined bike with a Norton featherbed frame, hence "Triton".
A beautiful 1960s style Triumph, with Scramble styling.
This is an absolutely beautiful 1964 Honda 250, one of the first of the Japanese bike invasion.
A nice Ducati.
Below, The amazing 3 cylinder 1,000 cc Laverda Jota, made in the late 60s and early 70s. This bike was the fastest stock road going machine for several years, with speeds in access of 140 mph being reached.
This one (below) is not a common special its Nor BSA, which is basically again a Norton featherbed frame, this time with a BSA engine.
All in all a good show, although the organisation of car parks was non existant, no disabled parking within 600 metres of the entrance was just not good enough, especially as we arrived 40 mins before opening time to avoid this .IN FUTURE YEARS, DISABLED BE AWARE.
Joke of the day.
Paddy tells Mick that he's thinking of buying a dog, Mick asks "what sort yu gonna buy then"
Paddy says "A Labredor i tink". Mick says "be jezus, are ya mad?", have ya seen how many of thems owners gow blind"