A classic motorcycle that’s earned its place in racing history will be on show at the 38th Carole Nash International Classic MotorCycle Show on April 21-22 at Stafford County Showground.
The world-famous 1954 classic BMW Rennsport, which almost won the world championship with the great Walter Zeller, is usually on display at the Sammy Miller Museum in Hampshire. But later this month visitors to Stafford show will be able to see it on the Hagon Shocks stand.
Sammy, who has paraded the bike at Goodwood, Donington, Mallory and Verano, has fitted Hagon shocks to the front of the BMW, which he says has helped the steering immensely.
Stafford is the biggest classic bike show in the world. It’s packed with thousands of classic machines and is the natural home for bike clubs to meet and show off their motorcycles. It boasts the largest autojumble anywhere in the UK too – so with hundreds of traders selling everything from bikes to books, you don’t need to be crazy about motorcycles to enjoy a great day out.Discounted advance tickets for the show are now on sale, with a one-day adult pass costing just £12. Tickets will also be available on the gate, priced at £14 each. Under 12s tickets are £3 in advance or £4 on the day and parking is free.
You can catch up with Sammy and the Hagon team on their stand at the Stafford show – for more information and tickets, click here.