Following a successful launch at last October’s motorcycle event, Staffordshire County Showground’s main ring is set once again to host parade laps showcasing stunning motorcycles, this time of the classic British and European variety.
The upcoming Carole Nash International Classic MotorCycle Show, which takes place on the weekend of April 25-26, will see sessions on each day as bikes are paraded around the ring for showgoers to inspect.
There will accompanying commentary from The Classic MotorCycle magazine editor James Robinson who will be talking about the histories of the bikes as they go on display.
Exhibition manager Nick Mowbray said: “We’ve been looking at ways to introduce new live elements to our events and these Cavalcade sessions are a great way to do that while staying true to the down-to-earth nature of the Stafford shows.
“Debuted in October, the parade laps were well received and we’re sure it’ll be no different at the April show.”
Anyone wanting more information on participating in the sessions can call exhibition administration manager Glynis Roberts on 01507 529431 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alongside the Cavalcade will be the introduction of the Restoration Theatre – nine sessions of essential restoration advice throughout the weekend – and live music will be a part of the show for the first time also as Itchy Fingers play multiple sets of country blues and western swing in the showground’s bandstand
Advance discount tickets for the event are now on sale with a one day adult pass priced at just £10, a saving of 23% on the gate price. More information about online tickets can be found on the Classic Bike Shows website, or by calling 01507 529529.Come and join the Cavalcade at StaffordEnjoy more Classic Motorcycle Mechanics reading in the monthly magazine. Click here to subscribe.