This year’s The Bike Place trade show will see brand new product alongside some classic bikes from yesteryear, thanks to a Retro Gallery.
The Corridor of classics will feature only pre Y2K bikes from all categories and there are currently over 20 bikes planned for the feature, including:
- GOLD Raleigh Centenary Model
- Mongoose Supergoose
- Orange Vit-T
- Pantani’s 1998 Bianchi
- Plus, many more from Santa Cruz, Trek, Gary Fisher, Ridgeback, Bottechia, GT and a few surprises.
The show opens Sunday January 31st (9.30 – 6pm) and runs over Monday (9.30 – 6pm) and closes Tuesday 2nd (9.30 – 5pm).
2016 registration is now closed. If you have registered your passes will be waiting at reception. If dealers haven’t pre registered, don’t worry, they can still do it at the show if they bring a business card or some other from of ID that shows they are involved in the cycle trade (the show is open to trade visitors only).
The Silverstone’s Media café will be open for breakfast every day and the show organisers have hinted there will be a barista or two in the show itself for your coffee fix.
The show is located at The Wing, Silverstone Circuit, NN12 8TN