December 19th, 2019.

As the ever-growing Newark Classic Bike Show enters its ninth year running on January the 11th and 12th, loyal bike enthusiasts can expect both brand-new features and familiar favourites to keep them entertained.

Show organiser Mortons Media Group has been inundated with applications to display privately owned classic motorcycles at Newark Showground, including Guy Martin’s 1500cc Suzuki, complete with turbo engine.

Applications for bike and scooter displays have been at an all-time high, and fans can expect additional display areas across the site, giving the show the biggest-ever number of bikes on show. A brand-new ‘Workshop Wisdom’ feature from Classic Bike Guide magazine will make its debut for the 2020 show. The team will be on hand to share stories, give advice and help visitors on their motorcycle restoration journey with some priceless tips on how to get the job done for less. Between them, the team hold expert knowledge on anything from 1930s British bikes to 1980s Japanese machines, and are self-titled ‘masters’ of getting bikes to work using whatever is at hand!

Star guest Frankie Chili will be at the show all weekend, interviewed on stage by Steve Plater.

The show will feature many of its regular attractions, including a vast number of trade and autojumble pitches, club stands and hundreds of classic bikes on display.

For more information on trading or exhibiting at the event, visit or call 01507 529529.
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