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The Classic Bike Show raised £1,600. There was a record turnout with 86 Classic Bikes on show for the visitors to enjoy.
Graham Wilkinson and Colin Pawson judged the 8 classes and nominated their Best in Show, Colin Cooper’s 1976 Honda CB750 K6, Colin has owned the Bike for over 20 years and uses it regularly. He is pictured below receiving his award from Ian Livingstone, Club Chairman.
In its 17th year, the Show is one of many Charity events run by the Club throughout the year to raise money for its nominated Charities, Manorlands Hospice, Yorkshire Air Ambulance and The Cellar Trust, all of whom have helped Club Members over the years. It is likely that over £2000 will be distributed this year. Many local Companies and Club members have provided raffle prizes and the Club thanks them all for their support. Our Host, Gary Bailey at the Bronte, makes a significant contribution as well as keeping the visitors well fed and watered. The overhead picture below, arranged by Gary, shows the event in action.

Yorkshire Classis Bike Show Winners 2018

Class A - Girder Fork Rigid John Wood BSA B29 250 Side Valve

Class B – British up to 1980 Bill Smith Triumph Hurricane

Class D – Foreign up to 1980 Simon Howers Kawasaki A7 350 1967

Class E – Military up to 1970 George Kitson BSA WM20 1942

Class G – Repro (Enfields, Bonnies) Tony Shields R.E. Scrambler

Class H – Customised Jason Stevens Triumph Flat Tracker 2001

Class J – British Comp. to 1970 Peter Gregg Greeves ISDT 250

Class K – Scooters, Mopeds to 1980 Paul Jones Lambretta GP 200 1970

Club Meetings

Club commitee meetings are usually held on the first Tuesday of every month unless as advised differently in the upcoming events.
The venue is the Bronte Hotel in Haworth. All members new and old welcome.
The two paid clerks of course for each up-coming event are appointed at the meeting.COC's are apponted up to 8 weeks before the event. If you would like to set a trial (or just assist) please come to a meeting to register your interest.
Meetings start at 8.00 pm.