More than 1200 motorcycling enthusiasts gathered in Skipton on June 30 to enjoy the show put on by The Girder Fork and Classic Motorcycle Club.
At least 100 classic and modern motorcycles were polished and prepared by their owners in an attempt to win the best in their class or even best in show.
The oldest motorcycle was a Calthorpe made in 1914, 105 years old and still running.
There were rare and indeed, unique machines, including a trike pulling a mini caravan shaped and painted like a can of Guinness, but big enough for two to sleep in!
Prizewinning bikes included a Triton, a Gold Star, a 1957 Lambretta and a Honda SS50 – something for everyone!
Read more and view more images in the September 2019 issue of OBM – on sale now!