IF YOU’RE LOOKING for a late summer ride or preparing for that winter rebuild it’s time to plan a trip to Eurojumble.
The ideal destination for traders and visitors alike, the annual jumble is being held on Friday and Saturday, September 1 and 2. From tyres to tinware and engines to oil, there will be thousands of bargains to be had. Along with dedicated autojumble and club displays showcasing a range of stunning motorcycles, Dorset-based auctioneer Charterhouse will be hosting a sale of always varied motorcycles. Also set to return is the popular garage clear-out sale on Saturday, allowing one-day traders to come and sell their goods.
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Tickets for Friday cost £9 in advance or £10 on the day. For the Saturday it’s £8 in advance or £9 on the day. Camping passes are available too, allowing you to stay from Thursday through till Sunday morning for only £60 including show entry for both days and access to the evening bar and shower block. Parking is free for all visitors.
Eurojumble is at Meadowmead Farm, Ringwood Road, Netley Marsh, between Cadnam and Totton, Hampshire SO40 7GY.
To book advance tickets go to classicbikeshows.com or call 01507 529529. Gates open at 9am on Friday and Saturday.
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