Celebrating the growing popularity of emerging and modern classics from the 1970s, 80s and now covering the retro-cool bikes of the 90s, the Classic Motorcycle Mechanics Show has grown in popularity year after year and now regularly welcomes more than 30,000 enthusiasts through its doors.
Taking place at the superb Staffordshire County Showground the event features over 900 traders, dealers and autojumble stands offering a wealth of parts and spares for every project.
Brand new for 2022 is the 90s Hall, in association with Suzuki! will showcase the very best and most interesting future classics from the 1990s and early 2000s. You’ll find a mixture of clubs from the era and a display of individual, affordable bikes that you simply must have in your garage.
Meet the Editor of Classic Motorcycle Mechanics, Bertie Simmonds on his own special stand where you can listen to some 90’s music (a reminder of what you’d forgotten) play the PlayStation 1 against your mates (no expense spared) and chat to Bertie about his magazines, Classic Motorcycle Mechanics and Classic Racer. Hell, he might even give you a free T-shirt if you subscribe – twist his arm!
Oh and by the way, did we tell you we’ve got Niall Mackenzie’s 1992 Honda NR750? Yes, the oval piston beauty built by Honda…. because they could! It will take centre stage with Niall’s other beauty, a 1999 Yamaha YZF-R7 OW-02.