Entries are now open for the Classic Motorbike Show’s Pride of Ownership, held at Birmingham’s NEC from Friday to Sunday, November 8-10. 

Private individuals are invited to submit their classic motorbikes and scooters, which must be manufactured before the year 2000, for consideration.

The finalists will be selected for the grand finale display at the November show where a panel of judges will select the winners. 


All finalists receive two tickets for each of the show days, free parking throughout and a commemorative certificate.

The winner and two runners-up will all receive trophies as well as the obvious bragging rights!

Len Francis and his Jawa-engined Norton, winner at last year’s Pride of Ownership.

The 2018 competition was won by Len Francis and his 1950 Norton Jawa.


Having entered for several years with an array of bikes, this was Len’s first Pride of Ownership win at the Classic Motorbike Show. 

To enter, complete your application at

Entries close on October 25, 2019. You will also find the latest news and can buy your show tickets online. 


Primarily a car show, the Classic Motor Show features 3000 vehicles and 300 clubs, supplemented by restoration companies, dealers, services providers, suppliers, auctions, a large autojumble, celebrities and live features.

Read more News and Features in the October 2019 issue of OBM – on sale now!


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