BEST PICTURES OF THE YEAR
The results are in and thousands of entries have been whittled down to three finalists – with the winner getting a cheque for £1000 and second and third getting £600 and £400 plus fantastic prizes from competition partner Tomtom.
The top three, from which the winner will be picked, are Alex Rainnie’s vintage Norton (top left), Matt Gardiner’s shot of Scott Redding (top right) and Robbie Thomson’s atmospheric picture of a bike parked up at the Kelpies in Scotland (right).
The other pictures shown here form the remainder of the top 10 entries and as you can see, the standard has been stratospheric.
The winner will be announced on the Carole Nash stand at Motorcycle Live on Saturday, November 19 at around midday.
The competition is held in association with Carole Nash Insurance Consultants. See the winners and the top 100 on show on the Carole Nash stand (2C15).
Open face from Sarah Robinson Ian Hay takes on the Saudi dunes Jonny Wild at the Trough of Bowland Drama at Oliver’s by Mark Huckerby Nick Gorringe’s bike at a temple Graham Taylor is a custom bike fan
Robbie Thomson at the Kelpies
Alex Rainnie spotted a vintage Norton