1928 500cc Norton CS1

New Awards at Ashford Spring Bank Holiday Bike Show

Two new awards for nex gen riders are up for grabs at the Ashford Classic Motorcycle Show this Whitsun Monday, 27th May.

Thanks to the generosity of a committed enthusiast, who wants to encourage youngsters into classic bikes, there will be two new awards, with £100 to be won in each class;

  • Best Pre-1940 Machine Shown by an Under 40 – £100 cash prize plus unique glass
  • Best 1940-1990 Machine Shown by an Under 40 – £100 cash prize plus unique glass

Motorcycles can be entered online at www.elkpromotions.co.uk/enter-your-bike and a free pass will be emailed for both owner and machine. All makes and models are welcome.

In addition to display bikes and club stands, this year’s Show Theme is Arter Brothers Motorcycles, the famous tuning partnership and AJS/Matchless dealership located in Barham, Kent. Dave Hughes, Winner of the 1972 Manx Grand Prix, will be there with his Arter Matchless G50, together with The Arter OHC Grasstrack special, as ridden by Graham Walker at Brands Hatch. Look out for displays and talk with former employees of Arter Bros to find pout more abput this successful partnership.

ELK Promotions all-motorcycle events have been run by enthusiasts for enthusiasts since 1992. The Ashford Classic Bike Show & Jumble takes place at Ashford Livestock Market, Orbital Park, Ashford, Kent TN24 0HB – easily accessible from the M20 junction 10 / 10a. Parking is free and well-behaved dogs are welcome.

Gates open to the public from 10am and tickets cost £6 for adults. Accompanied children under 16 get in for free. Earlybird tickets are valid from 8am and cost £10.

Tickets are available online or visitors can pay by card or cash at the gate. Advance tickets, stall bookings and all other info can be found at www.elk-promotions.co.uk