January 2 2015.

February is the month when fans of the classic dirt bike scene can get their Show fix by taking a trip to the newly-branded Putoline Classic Dirt Bike Show at the Telford International Centre, Telford, Shropshire.

The Show, which has continued to expand and grow in terms of popularity with both exhibitors and visitors alike over the last decade, was recently acquired by Mortons, the owner of the International Dirt Bike Show. The off-road arm of the company’s Classic Bike Show event portfolio will run over the weekend of the 21st and 22nd of February 2015 and will retain its core value of being a grass-roots style of Show, whilst updates and improvements will be made to certain key elements with the aim of enhancing the visitor’s Show experience.

The Show traditionally attracts a host of big names and legendary machines, and this year will be no exception, with multi championship winning Vic Allan and Mick Grant joining industry personality Bill Brown as guests of honour and dinner speakers. The packed halls will display plenty of interesting and unique classic dirt bikes with clubs and individuals on hand to proudly discuss their exhibits and, of course, the packed autojumble will run throughout the entire event with bargains galore just waiting to tempt visitors to invest in.

The Show opens at 10am on Saturday 21st and closes at 4.45pm on Sunday the 22nd of February 2015. Advance day tickets are £11 with tickets for early-bird autojumble entry from 9am priced at £14. On-the-day day tickets are £13 with tickets for early-bird autojumble entry from 9am priced at £17.

Advance tickets are on sale now via the website www.classicmagazines.co.uk or by calling 01507 529529.

A few trade sites are still available. To secure your space, call Richard Graham on 01507 529470 or email rgraham@mortons.co.uk