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The Minstry of bikes presents

October 2016

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Posted on 23 Sep 2016

October 2016





5-9th : Intermot, Cologne, Germany

About: Motorcycle brands exhibiting (tourers, superbikes and enduros)

For more information visit: Intermot






15-16th: 23rd Carole Nash Motorcycle Mechanics Show, Stafford

About: Celebrating modern classics of the 60's, 70's and 80's.

For more information visit: Carole Nash - Classic Bike Show





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16th: Bikers Breakfast, West Midland, B64 5QR

About: In aid of Midlands Freewheelers, free breakfast with the chance to speak to other riders. Donations are appreciated.

For more information visit: Melimoto






16th October: Hoggin' the Bridge, Junction 1 M48, Old Severn Bridge, Near Bristol

About: Take the routes through local towns and villages before heading to Chepstow Racecource where there will be stalls, live music, food and traders.

For more information visit: www.hogginthebridge.co.uk






22nd: Need for Speed: An evening with Christian Iddon and James Whitham, Cheshire Conference and Events at Edgeley Park.

About: James will be interviewing Christian about how he become one of the world's top champion racers.

Including after party dancing and DJ until late, with a cash only bar and a hot pot supper. Tickets £15

For more information visit: Need for Speed






23rd: The South of England Classic Bike Show, West Sussex

About: Motorcycle show and bike jumble

For more information visit: http://www.elkpromotions.co.uk/








27-30th: International Dirt Bike Show, Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire

About: Indoor event, stock up on kit and accessories

For more information visit: http://www.dirtbikeshow.co.uk/







29Th: Kickback London Motorcycle Show, Hammersmith

About: Exquisite classics and masterpieces, real bike shed builds by amateur builders

For more information visit: http://thecustomshow.com/kickback-london/







29-30th: Classic Bike Live, Alwalton, Peterborough

About: Trade stands, special guests and great motorcycles

For more information visit: http://www.classicbikelive.co.uk/