Every display space has been booked and every trade pitch filled for the dedicated Classic Scooter World
Hall at Britain’s fastest growing bike show.
More than 70 stylish and beautiful machines, both classic and custom, are lined up for both days of the
Carole Nash Classic Bike Guide Winter Classic Show at Newark Showground on January 5-6, 2013.
A host of dazzling private entries will be nestled alongside national groups including the British Scooter
Sport Organisation, which will be displaying a selection of racing machines, and the Veteran Vespa Club
will be bringing along a Vespa SS180 once owned and run by The Kinks bass player Peter Quaife. The
Vespa Club of Great Britain and the Vintage Motor Scooter Club will be there too.
Scooterists who want to come along and join in the fun can also enjoy an evening of live music laid on by
the Lincolnshire Scooter Alliance on the Saturday, January 5, featuring live bands Blistered and Then Again
plus rally DJs including Martin Topley.
Proceedings kick off at 6.30pm and continue on until 1am. It costs just £5 on the door.
The Classic Scooter World Hall will be located in the showground’s Stanley Sheldon Hall.
There’s free parking at the show and dogs on leads are welcome.
Gates are open 9am to 5pm on Saturday and 9am to 4pm on Sunday.
Pre-booked one-day tickets cost £7 for adults and children under 12 go free. Two-day tickets cost £14 in
advance. One-day tickets for adults on the gate will cost £8.
Call our pre-booked discount ticket hotline today on 01507 529529. To book a stand, call 01507 529430.
For more information visit www.classicbikeshows.com