Win tickets to the Stafford Classic Motorcycle Show
Thursday 28 March 2019
THE Isle of Man TT races were first staged in 1907 – but the milestone 100th meeting will only be marked later this year.
Two world wars, plus the UK foot and mouth epidemic which caused the cancellation of much UK sport including the TT, took out a total of 12 years, meaning 100 years of TT racing can be celebrated all over again.
Event organiser Mortons Media Group will be celebrating this special anniversary with a spectacular TT theme at its firmly established Stafford International Classic MotorCycle Show on April 27-28, 2019, where top-name riders and the famous machines that carried them to victory around one of the most famous race circuits in the world will be on display.
Headlining the impressive list of star guests are current TT stars Ian Hutchinson and Ben and Tom Birchall, with an impressive 24 TT wins between them.
Of course the TT isn’t just about the riders. The show aims to host the most eclectic display of 10 genuine former TT machines ever assembled. The collection includes a 1926 AJS GR10, which finished third in that year’s TT in the hands of Frank Longman; an ex-HG Tyrell-Smith 1932 works Rudge, which also finished third in that year’s Junior TT race; a minuscule 50cc Honda CR110, a three-cylinder MV Agusta, a 1984 Ducati TT2 with TT history and an ex-Joey Dunlop RC45.
Now in its 39th year, the Carole Nash International Classic MotorCycle Show has already received hundreds of bookings from traders, clubs and exhibitors, with organisers working hard to deliver another stellar event. Deemed to be the largest classic bike show in the world, thousands of visitors flock to Stafford County Showground every year from all corners of the UK and Europe. It’s a must-attend event for any motorcycle enthusiast.
Discount advance tickets are now on sale, but you have a chance to win one of five pairs of tickets with iomtt.com!
All you have to do is to visit the page linked - here - fill in your details and you're in with a chance. Please note, the link takes you to the Stafford Classic Bike Show Website, a third party site.