Telford gets classically dirty


Bringing sunshine and life to the dreariest part of the year is the Classic Dirt Bike Show, sponsored by Hagon Shocks, at the Telford International Centre on the weekend of February 15-16, 2020.

Aside from the expansive off-road-focussed autojumble outside, the show also features an incredible array of off-road machinery indoors, from highly-spec’d trials bantams through to ultra-rare machinery such as the ’57 Moto Guzzi V8, the five cylinder radial-engined 1914 Verdel and the four pot 50cc (yes, that’s 12.5cc for each thimble-sized piston) 1959 Mitchell, all brought from the Sammy Miller Museum.

And, naturally, there’ll be products, clothing and accessories for the avid classic off-roader with cash in their wallet.

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The fantastic guest line-up over the weekend includes American World Trials champion of 1979 Bernie Schreiber and British 500cc motocross champion Bryan Goss.

Bernie Schreiber and his Bultaco in parc ferme.

You can also join the dirt bike stars on the Saturday evening, for a three-course meal with other like-minded enthusiasts.

Between courses, the star guests will recount memories from their successful racing careers to assembled guests. At £33, this is a fantastic way to make it a weekend to remember.

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Bryan ‘Badger’ Goss in action.

Further details of advance ticket sales and of the dinner can be found at www.classicbikeshows.com

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