The Mortons Media Group who organise most of the country`s major motorcycle shows and exhibitions etc are combining two shows into one at the County Showground in Stafford next month.

Having had to cancel April's Classic Motorcycle Show now in it`s 40th year and postpone the Carol Nash Classic Motorcycle Mechanics show in August They are combining the two on Sat October 10th and Sunday October 11th. Both shows are the biggest of their kind in their own right and attracted over 30,000 visitors last year.

Over 900 hundred trade and autojumble stands will fill the huge outside trade areas and five indoor halls, but you will be required to wear a mask when visiting the indoor halls. If you are still looking for that hard to find part and can`t find it at Stafford, then it probably doesn`t exist. The Bonhams Auction hall will again be full of every make size and year of motorcycle up for grabs, something for everyone. Inside the main hall former TT rider now sports commentator Steve Plater will be interviewing the Guest of Honour, yet to be announced, and outside in the GP Paddock owners and riders of some of the more exotic racing machines before firing them up for the fans to hear. Just below the GP paddock in the woodland area Wayne Kershaw and some of his trial riding friends are putting on regular demonstrations of their trials riding skills. Certainly worth a peek if only to hear Wayne`s amusing commentaries. Weather permitting there`ll be the parade in the main arena of Vintage and Classic machines throughout the weekend for enthusiasts to ogle at too.

Catering facilities will be available and car parking is free

As per most big gatherings during this covid epidemic, tickets will be via on line booking only. Please don`t make the trip without one you`ll not be able to gain admission. For tickets contact Mortons team now on 01507 529529 lines are open Mon to Fri 8-30 am to 5-0pm or via :- customer