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CarlS

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The problem with all/most non-North American calendars is the first day of the week isn't Sunday so I avoid buying them or using them if I happen to get one for free.
I concur. Rocky is spot on.
 

DaveM

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Save 20% on tickets and be the first through the gate with the BRAND NEW SEASON TICKET



Throughout the year, thousands of people flock to the Kempton and Newark autojumbles; and now bargain-hunting jumblers can save money on entry and gain early access with the new Season Ticket.

The wonderful world of the autojumble is the place to be to grab a bargain, and saving 20% on the entry price is the best bargain to ever be had, leaving extra cash to spend on the stuff that matters – parts!

With a Season Ticket for either Newark or Kempton, card holders will gain early access to the show and get first dibs on the special wares on offer among the hundreds of inside and outside trade plots.

Run by a friendly and experienced team of event staff from Mortons Media, ‘Normous Newark Autojumble and The Kempton Park Motorcycle Jumble are the ideal places to meet with like-minded biking individuals and haggle over parts and spares.

Visitors come from all over the UK and parts of Europe, so you can be sure to find a missing piece of treasure for your latest or next project, for the perfect price.


What’s included?

A season ticket can be purchased for either Newark or Kempton and can only be used at the show on the card purchased. With a season ticket, you’re saving 20% off the gate per show and early access. Bargain!

A card holder for ‘Normous Newark will have access to nine shows until 01/05/21 for only £72, and can gain entry to the show at 8:00am, two hours before general admission. Alternatively, the card can be used for multiple people at one event. Early Bird access on the gate costs £10 per person, meaning loyalty card holders save 20% per show.

A Season Ticket for The Kempton Park Motorcycle Autojumble gives access to seven shows for just £56 until 01/05/21 and the chance to beat the queues with early bird access at 7:45am, before the gates open to the public at 9:30am.

Like at Newark, the card can be used for multiple people at one event- you might get a bacon sarnie in return from your mate in return to say thanks. Early Bird access on the gate costs £10, saving card holders 20% per show.

For full details about the autojumbles, how to purchase a Season Ticket and for full T&Cs, visit: www.autojumble.info
 

DaveM

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New name, new fresh look… even more bikes

MoreBikes


Motorbikes are awesome. And so are the people who ride them. That’s why MoreBikes is getting a major upgrade with more pages and even more content.

From this month the new publication MoreBikes combines the very best of Motor Cycle Monthly as well as its sister title On2Wheels – a unique publication made specifically for those who want to get into motorcycling, return to it, or stay on smaller-capacity machines.

The new publication will go hand-in-hand with the popular website www.morebikes.co.uk – the first to bring the motorcycle news that matters to millions of people, top content, the latest bike launches and the hottest kit news before anyone else.

On2Wheels provides all the information you could need, whether you’re a new rider, returning to two wheels or looking to buy a new bike or kit. The insightful section offers helpful advice, bike tests and product reviews on A2-licence-friendly machines. There’s no such thing as a stupid question and On2Wheels doesn’t include any bewildering jargon – it really is the go-to place for those new to the riding community.

The rest of the publication takes that spark of interest and fans the flames, opening up the wider motorcycle world with the very best and latest exclusive news, product reviews, motorcycle tests, world launch reports, interviews and everything else that makes bikes awesome.

The new-look newspaper is also a way for established bikers to spread the word and inspire a new motorcycling generation, as readers will be able to pull out the On2Wheels section and pass it on to introduce someone to the loyal biking community.

With MCM and O2W now together in one big monthly paper, all backed-up by a free MoreBikes app, everything in motorcycling is right at hand – no matter what you’re into. MoreBikes is your complete one-stop shop for EVERYTHING a rider needs. If it’s on two wheels, it’s in MoreBikes.



MoreBikes editor, Tony Carter said: “It’s very exciting to be launching the new-look MoreBikes newspaper which builds on the huge success of Motor Cycle Monthly and the MoreBikes website. To have both operating under the MoreBikes name makes perfect sense and now, with the paper getting even more pages with the addition of our brilliant On2Wheels section, we can give the motorcycle world a newspaper that caters for riders, enthusiasts and newbies.

“MoreBikes is a broad base for all motorcycling riders. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been riding for 50 years or just starting out, love superbikes or big touring motorcycles, want the latest A2-friendly bike news or the inside line on the latest kit – MoreBikes has it and delivers it to a massive motorcycle audience.”



MoreBikes is available to collect for free from a local stockist, or you can guarantee you’ll never miss an issue and have the bumper-monthly motorcycle newspaper delivered straight to your door every month.

Visit www.morebikes.co.uk for more information.
 
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