Get in­volved in Classic Bike’s au­tumn ex­trav­a­ganza

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A visit to this year’s Foot­man James Classic Bike Live at the East of Eng­land Arena in Peter­bor­ough on the week­end of Oc­to­ber 28/29 is guar­an­teed to be a re­ward­ing ex­pe­ri­ence. And es­pe­cially so for three en­trants in the con­cours com­pe­ti­tion. The win­ner will pocket £500, with £300 go­ing to the sec­ond-placed ma­chine and £200 for third. There’s still plenty of time to en­ter your classic by con­tact­ing info@ live­pro­mo­

Last year, the stan­dard of bikes on dis­play was stun­ning, with Andy Bald­win’s su­perb Suzuki TC250 (fea­tured on page 84) win­ning. There’s still room for a few more club dis­plays too – call us on 01775 768661 if your club’s in­ter­ested. This year, we aim to make the au­to­jum­ble even big­ger and bet­ter, while the pop­u­lar fire-up pad­dock is back to pro­vide the sound­track. Once again, TT le­gend John Mcguin­ness will be ap­pear­ing on stage reg­u­larly, shar­ing his anec­dotes of a life lived at full speed. CB’S Rick Parkington will also be dis­pens­ing more of his work­shop wis­dom and there’ll be more star guests added to the line-up. Keep check­ing in to clas­sicbike­ for the lat­est up­dates. What bet­ter way to see the sum­mer out in style? With ad­vance tick­ets avail­able from just £9 – kids un­der 15 get in free – it’s a bar­gain, too.

RIGHT: Like a bit of parad­ing? CB Live is the place to be

BE­LOW: We aim to make the au­to­jum­ble even bet­ter this year

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