Taking place in Netley Marsh, Hampshire, on September 5-6, the event saw a vast selection of motorcycle parts – covering all marques, ages and eras – finding new homes as eagle-eyed buyers scoured stalls for the bits they needed for their project bikes.
Fine weather could only add the Eurojumble’s broad appeal and alongside the traders’ pitches some superb classic motorcycles were on display.
The best in show award went to a stunning 1964 Triumph Tiger, owned by Ian Campbell, who took the top prize of a one year subscription to The Classic MotorCycle magazine.
The best club award was given to the Wessex Vehicle Preservation – which also received 10 rosettes.
Classic Bike Shows organiser Nick Mowbray said: “The Netley Marsh Eurojumble is one of my favourite events. Every year I’m surprised by the numbers of people who have travelled from far and wide to join us.
“This year was one of the best yet – the sun was shining, the bikes were gleaming and the atmosphere was brilliant. I’m already looking forward to coming back next year.”
Remaining events in the Classic Bike Shows calendar include the 21st Carole Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show at Stafford County Showground on October 18-19. World Superbike and GP hero Frankie Chili is set as Guest of Honour at everyone’s favourite value-for-money bike show.