SPECIAL GUEST – JOHN ‘MOON EYES’ COOPER
John ‘Moon Eyes’ Cooper, the legendary motorcycle racer, is set to make a highly anticipated appearance at The London Classic Bike Show. Cooper, who is widely regarded as one of the greatest motorcycle racers of all time, has been thrilling fans for decades with his lightning-fast racing style and daring maneuvers on the track.
Fans of classic motorcycles and racing enthusiasts alike will be thrilled to have the opportunity to meet Cooper in person and hear about his experiences as a professional racer. Cooper’s impressive racing career spans several decades, and he has competed in some of the most prestigious motorcycle races in the world.
Cooper’s appearance at The London Classic Bike Show is sure to be a highlight of the event, and fans are eagerly anticipating the opportunity to meet one of their heroes in person. With his signature style and impressive racing record, John ‘Moon Eyes’ Cooper is sure to be a major draw for attendees of The London Classic Bike Show.
ABOUT THE SHOW!
Bringing together a huge selection of jumble stalls and trade stands, the Kempton Park London Classic Bike Show and Autojumble is the place to bag a bargain and see a display of beautiful classics.
Visitors will see a range of classic and rare bikes from every era, thanks to the unique club stands and remarkable private entries. The show is a great advertisement for the clubs and a chance for private owners to show off their classic two-wheeled machines. Prizes are given for 1st, 2nd and 3rd Club Stands and Best in Show. All clubs at the show receive a bottle of wine per bike on display, plus private entries and clubs are all nominated for the chance to win an award for their motorcycle. The awards ceremony takes place at 3pm in the show hall. All the motorcycle owners and clubs put a huge effort into their bike displays, which is very much appreciated.
Running alongside the show, the large autojumble brings together a huge selection of stalls and trade stands offering bargains on all sorts of motorcycle items and project bikes. The large jumble is regularly attended by more than 250 stallholders selling all sorts of related items including motorcycles, spares, parts, magazines, clothing and memorabilia. A very popular part of the show, the bike mart is a perfect opportunity to bring your bike to sell. The cost of putting your bike in the bike mart is £10 plus the cost of your entry ticket.
Not only is it a fantastic event to find yourself a bargain, but with its friendly atmosphere, it’s an ideal meeting place and social gathering for everyone in the motorcycling fraternity. And it’s all supported by Ace Cafe London and the London Motorcycle Museum.
Boasting its own train station, and being placed close to the M25, Kempton Park Racecourse is perfectly located whether you’re travelling by bike, car or rail. And did we mention there’s free parking too?